Cheryl Denies Walking Out Of BBC Interview
Chezza has taken to Twitter, telling a newspaper to stop 'telling lies'...
Cheryl Colehas denied walking out of an interview with the BBC after repeatedly being asked a series of daft questions.
Earlier today (27th June), The Mirror reported that Chezza grew so tired of the question 'why are we here?' during a chat backstage at Girls Aloud star apparently agreed to talk to BBC3 at the event - not realising that her interview was part of a prank show called The Wantedand Jessie J.
"They repeated it again, this time saying, ‘Why are we here on Earth?’ There was a slight pause, and then Cheryl walked off. It was obvious by then they were being daft.”
They added: “They were wearing badges with BBC written on them, so you wouldn’t expect something like this to happen.”
After a complaint from Cheryl's camp, organisers are thought to have kicked out the BBC3 team, with the awkward interview with Cole set to air during the show later this year.
However, the Cally My Name singer has since taken to Twitter to slam the reports, writing to The Mirror's 3am: "Fyi.. I have never walked out of an interview in my career. I had to be reminded of what your even referring to.. Stop telling lies lol."