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Cheryl Cole inspired by will.i.am
Cheryl Cole wants work with will.i.am "for the rest of her career."
The Girls Aloud beauty - whose debut album '3 Words' was produced by the Black Eyed Peas star - adores the "lovely" musician and wants to record with him "forever".
She said: "I would work with Will for the rest of my career if I could. He's absolutely inspiring, fantastic, futuristic, creative, he's everything that you would want from a producer and also from a person. He's a lovely person, so I'd work with him forever if I could."
will.i.am recently admitted he would consider moving to London, if it meant he could be with Cheryl,.
However, Cheryl - who has separated from her husband Ashley Cole following his infidelities - is adamant the rapper only considers her a friend.
When asked if she thought will.i.am was "a bit in love" with her, Cheryl answered: "No. no!"
Meanwhile, the 'Parachute' singer is preparing to support the 'Where is the Love' hitmakers on their upcoming tour in May.
While she is thrilled to be performing solo shows, the 'Parachute' hitmaker admits she is worried about working without her bandmates.
She said: "I can't wait. I'm so excited. I'm nervous but in a good way, if that makes sense.
"I'll be on my own bus and stuff, but I'll travel with the band. I kind of feel like I want to be in my car, a bus feels kind of lonely without the girls. Because I'm used to having up to 10 dancers on the bus, and then all the girls."Posted on 24 Mar 2010 10:00 to category : Band / Celebrity News
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