We’ve all heard Cheryl Cole’s latest Number One, Call My Name, when she asks her allusive ‘baby’ to say her name, and say it, and say it again. But it seems when it comes to interviews, Cheryl will not tolerate repetition.
In fact it has just emerged that the Geordie walked out, diva style, when BBC 3 presenters repeatedly asked her ‘why are we here?’ in a backstage interview at this year’s Capital Summertime Ball.
A source told The Mirror, “Cheryl was happy to chat to the BBC, but it was a bit odd when they started asking her, ‘Why are we here?’
“She took it to mean, ‘Why are we at this event?’ So she said that she was here promoting her new single and performing."
The insider also explained how when asked again, it seemed like the BBC 3 presenters were suggesting Cheryl didn’t belong on the same bill as sexy boy band, The Wanted and mega voice, Jessie J.
The final question, ‘Why are we here on earth?’ apparently proved too much for Cheryl’s patience and she left with a look on her face that was as sour as her neon jumpsuit.
To be sure that the party was over, Cheryl’s people insisted that the BBC team were kicked out of the event.
It turns out those cheeky BBC 3 presenters were filming for a new show, The Revolution Will Be Televised, which will air Chezza’s tantrum later this year.
We wonder if The Beeb's presenters have heard Cheryl’s song Screw You yet?