Following a period of doing TV advertisements, she had her huge breakthrough in 2002 when Cheryl tried out for ITV's cross country talent search Popstars: The Rivals. An on point interpretation of S Club 7 hit 'Have You Ever' landed her a spot in the second round of the competition, and she then made it to the live finals where she vied for a spot in the all-female group Girls Aloud.
She was the first participant picked for the quintet, who went on to score the Christmas number one that year with smash hit 'Sound Of The Underground'. Cheryl and her bandmates turned out to be mind-blowing phenomenons in the UK. By 2008 Girls Aloud became very successful in the UK. The young ladies saw four of their album reach platinum and broke a music industry record when 17 continuous singles made the UK top ten.
In June 2008, Cheryl joined the judges panel of Simon Cowell's The X Factor, a job that transformed her into the country's sweetheart. The program additionally helped her propel her solo career. In 2009 she took to The X Factor stage perform her first single, 'Fight For This Love', which went to number one and immediately turned into the year's quickest selling record. Cheryl is currently accessible to recruit for corporate and private events through Evenses.