Oh Cheryl Cole. How do I love thee! You were a part of the biggest-selling female group in the UK, (and no I am not referring to the Spice Girls but) Girls Aloud, who were responsible for some of the catchiest pop-ditties this millennium. You ventured out as a solo artist with two huge hit albums and a string of pop perfection confections. Your “Fight For This Love” still reigns as one of the best pop songs ever recorded. You ruled England as their beloved sweetheart when you became a judge on The X-Factor UK which lead to one of the much-coveted judges spots on The X-Factor USA. Although, I should be upset with you for you leaving The X-Factor USA. It lead to four torturous months of the grating Nicole Scherzinger (your replacement). Will.i.am. is now your manager. You have a new album, your third, A Million Lights, being released next month. You have a cameo role in the JLo & Cameron Diaz rom-com, What To Expect When You’re Expecting flick this summer. You reportedly are dropping your ex-hubby’s last name and simply going by Cheryl. Madonna. Cher. Cheryl. It works. And you have a sexy new video for “Call My Name,” which was written and produced by current it-boy Calvin Harris, that just hit YouTube. You own the world right now… well, except for the U.S. Here’s looking forward to a very successful infiltration onto the American pop culture radar. If the Kardashians can do it, then the sexiest woman on the planet most certainly can too. You’re almost there baby.
P.S. The 90’s clothes, style and choreography of your “Call My Name” music video is like a tasty make-out session with nostalgia.