Cheryl sobbingly admits she’s a ‘mess’ – as Liam moves on with Naomi Campbell
It’s been an emotional rollercoaster for Cheryl, as news broke that Liam Payne – her ex-boyfriend and the father of her baby son Bear – has moved on to another successful and glamorous woman: supermodel Naomi Campbell.
The Geordie beauty was on the brink of tears throughout last night’s live broadcast of The Greatest Dancer, and she was more than once completely overcome.
She described herself as ‘a mess’ as she watched her three acts perform. In a voice brimming with emotion she summed up her feelings about The Dane Bates Collective’s performance:
“You girls kill me…girls you really don’t have to thank me, it’s youse who put the work in, what is wrong with me?
“Your dedication shows, just to be clear, the challenge was doors. We close the doors down on our insecurities and bash the doors down on our insecurities.
“I just find it really emotional, you just get me right in the feels and I can’t control myself.”
Cheryl also welled up after Harry and Eliyah’s powerful performance, saying to the Liverpool pair: “I’m a mess. I am a mess. That was world class.
“Your technical ability is crazy to me. That split jump over her head was insane.
“Those pirouettes were insane. The technicality in it but also the feeling, it’s not a cold technicality, it’s a emotive technicality.”
There were more tears outside the venue as hundreds of children were left crying in freezing cold conditions after being refused entry to watch the first live shows of The Greatest Dancer – despite waiting for hours in the queue with tickets.
Furious parents hit out at the BBC 1 show, which features Cheryl, Matthew Morrison and Oti Mabuse, after being told that the tickets had been oversubscribed.
Some families travelled from as far away as Newcastle with their children and were told to get "glammed up" for the event at LH2 Studios, Park Royal in London.
However, according to one angry queuer, this meant that some 12-year-old girls in dresses were waiting outside in freezing conditions.
And in one particularly shocking incident, a mother told The Mirror that the crowd had pleaded for a young woman in a wheelchair to be let in – only for the event organisers to flatly refuse.
*The Greatest Dancer returns next Saturday on BBC1
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