Cheryl Fernandez

Cheryl Fernandez

Cheryl Fernandez, an English singer, dancer, and TV personality was born on June 30, 1983. Although She rose to fame in late 2002 after winning a place in Girls Aloud, a girl group formed through ITV’s Popstars: The Rivals. She was born and raised in Newcastle upon Tyne. She launched her solo career in April 2009, while still a member of the group, and released four studio albums between then and 2014: 3 Words (2009), Messy Little Raindrops (2010), A Million Lights (2012), and Only Human (2014). The albums contained 10 singles, five of which topped the UK Singles Chart: “Fight for This Love,” “Promise This,” “Call My Name,” “Crazy Stupid Love,” and “I Don’t Care.” Cheryl was the first female solo singer from the United Kingdom to have five number-one singles.


Cheryl Ann Tweedy was born on June 30, 1983, in Newcastle upon Tyne; and grew up on council estates in the Walker and Heaton areas. She is Joan Callaghan’s fourth of five children and the first of her two children with Garry Tweedy; after her marriage to the father of her other three children ended in divorce. Cheryl’s parents were married for more than a decade but divorced when she was 11 years old.

Cheryl made her television debut at the age of seven in a British Gas commercial. She began sequence dancing at the age of four and took a short summer; holiday training at the Royal Ballet School’s Summer School when she was nine. She participated in much British television series, such as Gimme 5, in 1993, to perform dance recitals.

Professional Career

Cheryl joined Simon Cowell, Dannii Minogue, and Louis Walsh as judges for the fifth series of The X Factor in 2008, replacing Sharon Osbourne. When Alexandra Burke was proclaimed the winner of Series 5 on December 13; she was awarded the girls category and went on to be the winning judge. In 2009, she returned for the sixth series and was assigned to the boy’s division. When Joe McElderry won on December 13th, she was the winning judge for the second year in a row. “One of the best I’ve ever worked with,” Cowell said of her. In 2010, Cheryl returned for the seventh season and mentored the girl’s category once more. Rebecca Ferguson was the runner-up to Matt Cardle in this series, making it the first time; she was not the winning mentor.

Cheryl joined Simon Cowell, L.A. Reid, and Paula Abdul on the American version of The X Factor’s judging panel in 2011.

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