She first found fame as a member of the UK’s most successful girl-group ever, Girls Aloud, then - after several years in the limelight - launched a parallel and equally successful solo career as both a performer and a television personality. Rarely out of the media spotlight these days, Cheryl’s Northern charm, skills as a performer and dancer and ever enigmatic sex appeal have all conspired to turn this former waitress from one of Tyneside’s roughest estates into one of the most famous women in the world.
With the imminent release of her third solo album - sure to add to her ever growing collection of hit singles and number one albums, and underline her status as one of the world’s finest popstars - the newly christened Cheryl (sensibly dropping at last the name of her former husband) is all set to climb even higher on the ladder to the very top.
Featuring over an hour of exclusive interviews with the girl herself, taken from throughout her career, together with an audio-biography recounting her early days in the business, Cheryl – The Lowdown reveals just how the former Miss Tweedy became the national treasure she is today. Completed with the collector in mind with poster, booklets and slipcases, this is the perfect package for the enormous Cheryl fan-base that extends the world over.