Cheryl Cole herself was involved in the creating of her wax figure, and visited Madame Tussauds London to see it's unveiling.
Joining our A-List line up, the figure reflects Cheryl’s glamorous style wearing a specially created red long Jean-Paul Gaultier dress teamed with killer heels. Her trademark flowing locks cascade over her shoulders as she stands in a sassy and confident pose, hands on hips.
1983: Born in Newcastle, UK.
1992: Joined The Royal Ballet’s summer school.
2002: Chosen to become a member of Girls Aloud on reality show Popstars The rivals.
2002: Girls Aloud released debut single 'Sound of the Underground', which peaked at number one.
2003: Girls Aloud released their debut album and have since released twenty additional singles.
2008: Cheryl featured on will.i.am’s single ‘Heartbreaker’ and featured in his video as a streetdancer.
2008: Announced as the new judge on The X Factor.
2009: Girls Aloud won Best British Single at the Brit Award for ‘The Promise’ and announced a hiatus.
2009: Cheryl released her debut single ‘Fight for This Love’ – charted at number one, as well as released her debut album.
2009: Became the new face of L’Oreal.
2010: Cheryl was the opening act for Black Eyed Peas for their British shows.
2010: Came face to face with her wax figure at Madame Tussauds London.
2010: Released second studio album, Messy Little Raindrops.
2010: 'Promise This' becomes Cheryl's second UK number one.
2011: Launches The Cheryl Cole Foundation, raising money for The Prince's Trust in the North-East of England.
2012: Released third studio album, A Million Lights.
2012: 'Call My Name' becomes Cheryl's third UK number one.
2012: Reunited with Girls Aloud, and recorded 'Something New', the official Children In Need 2012 single.
2013: Embarked on the Ten: The Hits Tour 2013 with fellow Girls Aloud members.