Chezza has admitted she 'regrets' shooting the ITV2 documentary...
Cheryl Cole took to Twitter yesterday ahead of her Access All Areas show on ITV2, telling her followers she 'regretted' allowing the cameras into her life.
During the programme, which gave fans an insight into the Girls Aloud star's recent A Million Lights solo tour, Chezza addressed her romance with dancer Tre Holloway, admitting he was her 'boyfriend' for the first time.
Viewers also saw intimate moments between Cole and Tre, including her feeding him sweets and joking about marriage rumours in the press.
The Under The Sun singer also expressed her anguish for Holloway after he injured his knee in rehearsals ahead of the opening night in Belfast.
“There is a presence with Tre, he gives 100 percent on that stage every single time. He doesn't know any other percentage. There is a stronger connection and a chemistry you wouldn't have with any other dancer.
“To have that relationship is rare, to be able to have it with you and share those moments is pretty special actually.”
Despite speaking about her personal life openly, moments before the show hit our TV screens Chezza tweeted: "My Access All Areas behind the scenes tour documentary is on tonight 9 on Itv2 !! Who'll be watching ??? #AAA.
"I literally had a friend of mine filming so that i would not feel like i had a 'camera crew' in my way and at times forgot myself."
The 29-year old added: "I have since regretted this decision at the number of times i cringed watching it lolololol..Oh well.. It is def Access All Areas. Up close personal and RAW hahaha."