Cheryl Celebrates No.1 Single, Thanks Fans For Support
The star also claims she's looking forward to the Girls Aloud reunion...
Cheryl Cole reportedly celebrated scoring the Girls Aloud star, whose track Call My Name managed to [uuid=4ec14e83-cbf0-4147-81c9-829f81333390]shift a cool 152,001 copies to hit the top spot, took to the stage at the prestigious club night at 1am on Sunday (17th June) to preview songs from her new LP, A Million Lights.
Following her boasts that she was a fan of the Mexican spirit, a source told The Sun that before her performance, Chezza enjoyed a few shots of the alcoholic beverage.
They explained: "Organisers thought it would be funny to see if Cheryl was actually a tequila fan. So they brought it out on stage and made her down it before she performed.
"Cheryl was up for it. She was swearing during another new track, Screw You, and after the gig stayed in the club but switched from tequila to vodka and Red Bulls. She had Sunday off work so didn’t leave till 5am.”
As well as partying until the early hours of the morning, Cole found time to thank her army of fans for helping her reach No.1, tweeting: "152,000 WOW.. Woah.. #SoldierdontplaytheySLAY #Saluteeeeeee *bbmdancingman* #BiggestTrackOfTheYear (sic). Thank you Sooo much !! Congrats !! :D".
Following her energetic performance at G.A.Y - which saw Chezza wear a white crop-top and hotpants - the gorgeous Geordie has revealed that despite her solo success, she can't wait for Girls Aloud's pending reunion.
The 28-year old The Sunday Mirror: "All of a sudden I was on this big stage alone and it was mind-blowing... it took ages for me to get used to. I've only just stopped looking for the girls on stage and I'm about to start going back to working with them again.
"I actually didn't ever think Girls Aloud would be apart for this long. It's incredible that we've been doing this for a decade. I find it amazing what we were able to achieve and just how quickly time has flown."
Cheryl added: "Sometimes I look at the band and think we have aged and all grown up, then other times I look at it and it's like nothing has changed at all."