CHERYL has been spotted showing off her TINY waist in a glam outfit as she posed with a pal from The Greatest Dancer.
The singer could be seen smiling for the camera in the Instagram upload, as she put an arm round friend Todrick Hall.
Cheryl, 39, revealed her trim waistline as she dressed up in a flowing beige skirt and cropped black top, revealing her stomach.
She completed her look with a fedora hat and a natural make-up look as she cosied up to Todrick as they hung out in London together.
Todrick looked equally glam in an army-print shirt and blue trousers, which he styled with a navy beret and a pearl bracelet.
“My boy is in town,” Cheryl captioned the snap of her and her pal, who grew close on The Greatest Dancer back in 2019.
The pair sent fans into a frenzy in the comments as they speculated Cheryl and Todrick could be working on something together.
“Entonces, when is the collab coming?” one asked under the snap, as a second added: “Todrick, we need a collab, tbh.”
“Collab soon Cheryl, we miss you,” un tercero escribió, as a fourth concluded: “Todrick, where is the collab?”
Viene después Cheryl was seen posing for a rare Instagram selfie as she enjoyed a wholesome day out at an alpaca farm.
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The Girls Aloud singer looked relaxed in casual shirt and denim cap beside the woolly white-haired beast called Limelight.
La semana pasada, Cheryl said she has been visited by the spirit of her late Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding.
It comes a year after Cheryl revealed the pair had made a pact for Sarah, OMS passed away last September Envejecido 39, to visit her.
Cheryl made the comments on the 5 Minutes On podcast and said she was convinced Sarah had come to her while she was in the car after the Algarabía de mujeres song Hear Me Out – the same name as Sarah’s autobiography – started to play when nothing was turned on.
Ella explicó: “I was driving to Newcastle last year and for weeks I had been fiddling around with my car to try and get the Bluetooth working and I couldn’t, so I left it a couple of months.
“I got into my car and Hear Me Out was playing, my phone wasn’t on, the music hadn’t been fiddled with, nothing, I hadn’t even plugged it in yet and Hear Me Out was playing through the Bluetooth.
“I laughed and then I cried. What did she name the book after? Escúchame, it was her thing.”