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A Million Lights record for Cheryl Cole
Girls Aloud member and solo artist Cole - who acted as a mentor to the likes of Cher Lloyd (Swagger Jagger) while working on The X Factor TV show - has scheduled the record for the 18th of June.
Meanwhile track Call My Name from the album is going to be appearing on the 10th of June.
It follows in the footsteps of the Geordie singer's hits Fight for this Love and Promise This, which were the debut tracks to be released from her previous two solo records. Both tracks hit number one in the charts.
Cole first shot to fame in 2002, as a contestant on the TV programme Pop Stars: The Rivals, on which her group Girls Aloud were formed.
The show, which featured the judging talents of the X Factor's Louis Walsh, also had a hand in beginning the short-lived career of boy band One True Voice.
After their debut single Sound of the Underground scored a number one, Cole and her band mates had three more, one of which featured another girl group, Sugababes.
Published by AW.Posted on 20 Apr 2012 09:52 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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