Former Girls Aloud singer Cheryl Cole surprised some primary school kids when she showed up at their school in her Newcastle hometown while witnessing some local talent on July 28.
The Call My Name singer visited Tyneview Primary School when the students were busy rehearing on a project that is based on Cheryl’s rise to stardom. She showed up in the school unannounced while they were halfway singing her number one hit single, “Fight For This Love”.
The school’s Year 5 pupils became make-up artists, stylists, set designers and directors and spent 6 weeks perfecting the show, according to The Sun. Originally, the kids contacted Cheryl and asked her to send them over some autographed merchandise to raise money for their school. Instead, the 30-year-old decided to pay them a visit in person!
Cheryl gave the young wannabes a ton of encouragement and told them that she was very pleased of their hard work.
Robyn Bonnick, a Tyneview teacher explained that the whole thing, including involvement of Cheryl, was been amazing. Later, Cheryl took some time talking with the teachers and took photos with the school’s dinner ladies.