Ever since Girls Aloud member Sarah Harding confirmed that Cheryl Cole is relocating to the US, the Call My Name singer is claimed looking for a house and it’s been reported that her US manager Will.i.am has offered his LA mansion to her.
The 38-year-old Voice judge wants to make sure Cheryl, 29, is looked after and comfortable while she looks for a house of her own Stateside. So he offered his multi-million dollar house, fully equipped with state-of-the-art recording studio and infinity swimming pool, according to The Sun.
Besides, Cheryl also needs staff to be at her beck-and-call, the report continued.
Will.i.am is expected to spend a great deal of his time in UK this summer working on The Voice show alongside fellow judges, Jessie J, Sir Tom Jones and Danny O’Donaghue, so he would rather prefer his mansion to be lived instead of remain empty.
Earlier, Cheryl announced the split of Girls Aloud “Ten” reunion tour last March and said that she would take a six-month break from showbiz and spend some time with her boyfriend Tre Holloway in Los Angeles.