Cowell Introduces Cheryl as 'Tweedy', Shocker
The almighty Cowell reportedly introduced Cheryl by her maiden name during the X Factor auditions on Monday. It's now Thursday. And this is headline news. Somebody will do something interesting soooon, yep, it's bound to happen, yip, uh huh, mmm hmmm, it'll get better soon, maybe next week or something, super, super, super, super *jigs uncontrollably*
Right, so here's the whole story: "At Monday's London auditions, Simon jumped the gun and introduced her by saying: 'And this is Cheryl... Tweedy.' A witness said the audience were 'stunned', adding: "Cheryl's face didn't give much away. Simon was sort of joshing but she didn't laugh or look annoyed.' It is the first time Cheryl has been called by her maiden name in public since she split from Chelsea star Ashley, 29, earlier this year. The Sun revealed how last month she filed for divorce and lawyers expect it to be sorted within weeks. Using her old name will be a challenge for her record label, who released her first album under the name Cole. "
Fiercely scintillating stuff from The Sun right there. Here's some more!
She has been keeping herself busy by confusing American dancer Derek Hough... By all accounts, she's been trying to teach her dancer pal/suspected lover about football. But it's really judy a ruse for her to talk about Ashley in a roundabout fashion. She's even been keeping up to date with the tournament's results on her mobile.
A randomer told The Sun: "Cheryl's talking about team selection and the manager's decisions - but he just looks at her with a puzzled expression." I bet it's not just footie talk that elicits that look. I'd imagine all he hears most of the time is "Burble burble waye gonnie burble aye spuggie burble grove saymon burble burble jacks dec burble kleeeeenex burble burble hairdressah!"
Story by | 11:16 | Thursday 24th June 2010 | Gossip
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