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tl dr Cheryl Cole is not a fan of the paparazzi, hard drugs, Mount Kilimanjaro, or Nicole Sherzinger Enjoys dancing, texting, and crisps. This was a truly good read, honest, above board I was pleasantly surprised in how well written and thought provoking this book was. This is the autobiography I have waited years to read I couldn t care less what the haters say, I love Cheryl Cole and have ever since Popstars The Rivals way back in 2002 She was my favourite along with Nadine Coyle People are automatically going to slate this book, rate it one star, say they hate it, whatever But I have read a lot of autobiographies over the years and can honestly say that this is my favourite and one of the best I have read Unlike Through My Eyes, this is a 100% honest, This is the autobiography I have waited years to read I couldn t care less what the haters say, I love Cheryl Cole and have ever since Popstars The Rivals way back in 2002 She was my favourite along with Nadine Coyle People are automatically going to slate this book, rate it one star, say they hate it, whatever But I have read a lot of autobiographies over the years and can honestly say that this is my favourite and one of the best I have read Unlike Through My Eyes, this is a 100% honest, from the heart autobiography and Cheryl doesn t hold anything back She cites press intrusion as one of the reasons for writing this book and how she wanted to set the record straight, and she has certainly done that Having previously read Sean Smith s biography of Cheryl, and from reading about her in the press you feel like you know her from all that And, unlike most biographers, I think Smith is fantastic and you can tell her certainly researches his subjects That much is obvious from how similar the stories he told are to the ones Cheryl told, but she also talks about stuff that nobody but her could talk about How she felt about marrying Ashley, why she did tacky photo shoots and sold her wedding to OK , how the press intrusion and paparazzi really affected her life As fans of a celebrity people often say that they are to blame for the press and that they can t have it both ways, with all the good press comes bad press Fans want to know every detail about their favourite celebrity s life, they scour the internet for pictures and gossip and don t really think about how this affects the celebrity, as they are only human after all When you read about how Cheryl felt with the intrusion you think about how you would feel if it was you not being able to step outside your front door without being confronted by dozens of men with cameras Not being able to open a newspaper without seeing pictures of yourself or loved ones and having to read made up stories about yourself That s not to say the whole book focuses on the bad times, of which there have been plenty, there are also some great stories to be read here and also plenty of funny ones I believe that some celebrities are hypocrites when it comes to the press Especially the ones that tip paps off to where they are going to be but the next time turn round and complain about the intrusion Cheryl is not one of those celebrities, she is just a famous woman trying to live her life As a massive Girls Aloud fan and a huge fan of Cheryl I obviously wish there waspictures of her, I wish Girls Aloud hadn t taken a break and I wish Cheryl was still a judge on X Factor But reading this book you realise that she is just a human being who, despite what she was going through in her personal life, still carried out work commitments and put on a brave face for the public The last part of the book is particularly poignant and would make even the most hardcore Cheryl fan realise that being as famous as she is can take its toll People probably won t agree because they will think she s famous and she s rich and so deserves everything the press and paparazzi throw at her, but that isn t true at all Yes she s one of the most famous people in the UK but she has reached a point in her life where she just wants to live a normal life and I think people need to let her do that She isn t like some celebrities who crave press attention, nor does her career rely on it I think some of her haters could probably do with reading this book and after reading it I think some opinions people have of her might change I think the fact that I read this book in under 12 hours shows how much I enjoyed it because I just couldn t put it down I wholeheartedly recommend it to Girls Aloud fans, to Cheryl fans and to anybody who has ever had an opinion about her A fantastic read An inspiring auto biography of a talented performer and special warmhearted young lady who from a poverty stricken childhood on a council house estate in Newcastle in northern England achieved her childhood dream of stardom in supergroup of the 2000s Girls Aloud and later as a solo performer and a judge on the X factorShe has devoted massive time and money to philanthropy including climbing Mt Kilimanjaro to raise money for food and mosquito nets to save lives of Tanzania s suffering masses.Houn An inspiring auto biography of a talented performer and special warmhearted young lady who from a poverty stricken childhood on a council house estate in Newcastle in northern England achieved her childhood dream of stardom in supergroup of the 2000s Girls Aloud and later as a solo performer and a judge on the X factorShe has devoted massive time and money to philanthropy including climbing Mt Kilimanjaro to raise money for food and mosquito nets to save lives of Tanzania s suffering masses.Hounded mercilessly by the press and the execrable papparazi the British media always hound and torment people from poor British backgrounds who make it big especially if they happen to be White From losing friends to heroin addiction, a cheating husband and a near fatal bout of malaria she has come though it all stronger than everMore power to this beautiful, talented , big hearted young lady may she live long and prosper If there is anyone out there who thinks they dislike Cheryl, they should read this book What a strong, level headed, inspirational woman I was slightly nervous to read this book in case I had misread Cheryl s celebrity personality I have always loved Girls Aloud and championed Cheryl through X Factor and her solo career, however, I can safely say this autobiography has affirmed that I am a proud Cheryl Soldier Well deserved role model status in my eyes. I ve always considered Cheryl Cole one of the most inspirational women on the planet, and after reading this book, I ve only assured myself of exactly this I could use countless words to describe this book, but, at the end of the day, I think there is one word that sums up the storythan others honest When reading most autobiographies, I often feel like the author is trying to steer away from the real truth, or only explain the surface, what readers essentially already know, without real I ve always considered Cheryl Cole one of the most inspirational women on the planet, and after reading this book, I ve only assured myself of exactly this I could use countless words to describe this book, but, at the end of the day, I think there is one word that sums up the storythan others honest When reading most autobiographies, I often feel like the author is trying to steer away from the real truth, or only explain the surface, what readers essentially already know, without really talking about all the details of what happened With this autobiography, I felt the exact opposite Throughout the entire book, I knew that she was being nothing but honest, especially when it came to talking about her marriage I had never really known the truth, because there was always so much being written in the media that it was hard to tell the truth from the lies I was surprised by just how honest she had been when writing this book I found out so many things about her childhood, and just how rough it had been I found out what really happened with the American X Factor and just what happened with the toilet attendant in the early years of Girls Aloud I ve always respected Cheryl for so many reasons After having read this book, I now respect her for so manyWith all that s happened in her life, she could have chosen to write an autobiography a long time ago, but she didn t She waited until she felt like she was at a turning point in her life, and she knew that from experience So many young celebrities write autobiographies so soon, before anything has really happened to them Cheryl could ve done just that, but she didn t, and I admire her for waiting to be truthful about everything that s happened in her life so far I consider Cheryl a role model, and anyone who looks up to Cheryl in the way I do should read this book, because it is honest and it is inspirational I read it in less than a day and will definitely be reading it again An inspiring auto biography of a talented performer and special warmhearted young lady who from a poverty stricken childhood on a council house estate in Newcastle in northern England achieved her childhood dream of stardom in 2000s supergroup Girls Aloud and later as a solo performer and a judge on the X factorShe has devoted massive time and money to philanthropy including climbing Mt Kilimanjaro to raise money for food and mosquito nets to save lives of Tanzania s suffering masses.Hounded mer An inspiring auto biography of a talented performer and special warmhearted young lady who from a poverty stricken childhood on a council house estate in Newcastle in northern England achieved her childhood dream of stardom in 2000s supergroup Girls Aloud and later as a solo performer and a judge on the X factorShe has devoted massive time and money to philanthropy including climbing Mt Kilimanjaro to raise money for food and mosquito nets to save lives of Tanzania s suffering masses.Hounded mercilessly by the press and the execrable papparazi the British media always hound and torment people from poor British backgrounds who make it big especially if they happen to be White From losing friends to heroin addiction, a cheating husband and a near fatal bout of malaria she has come though it all stronger than everMore power to this beautiful, talented , big hearted young lady may she live long and prosper *Free Ebook ⇬ Cheryl: My Story ⇱ For the first time, Cheryl tells her full story, her way Revealing the truth behind the headlines, this is the official autobiography, giving the fans the true story they ve been waiting for including exclusive, personal photosThe nation s sweetheart, Cheryl has achieved unrivaled success with Girls Aloud, as a solo artist, a judge on the X Factor, a fashion icon, and as the face of L Oreal However, the path to fame is rarely easy and for Cheryl it has been a colourful journeyFrom happy but humble beginnings growing up on a tough Newcastle estate, Cheryl saw firsthand the damage that drugs and alcohol can do But this feisty Geordie never gave up on her dreams of being on stageWith success came a level of fame no one could prepare for As Cheryl s career went from strength to strength her personal heartache was played out in the national media From her divorce to her battles with malaria, Cheryl s every move was captured by paparazzi There was nowhere for Cheryl to hide However, a true fighter, Cheryl emerged from every challenge strongerIn this heartfelt account, she opens up about all of the incredible ups and downs of her life Told with searing honesty this is Cheryl as you ve never seen her before felt the focal point of her story was very negitive and the positive stuff didn t get much attention skimmed over in fact overall I enjoyed reading her side of the story In her stand up show, Katherine Ryan, puts it best She s not the nation s sweetheart She s beautiful but she d sooner glass you than look at you The inside flap of CHERYL by Cheryl Cole creative title has a picture of her making a love symbol with her hands over one of her heavily made up eyes as she poses, nakedly shouldered and wanton, like some anxious Geordie elf Yep, Mark hasn t even gotten to the title page yet Past that and onto the contents page, there is this little nugget of wi In her stand up show, Katherine Ryan, puts it best She s not the nation s sweetheart She s beautiful but she d sooner glass you than look at you The inside flap of CHERYL by Cheryl Cole creative title has a picture of her making a love symbol with her hands over one of her heavily made up eyes as she poses, nakedly shouldered and wanton, like some anxious Geordie elf Yep, Mark hasn t even gotten to the title page yet Past that and onto the contents page, there is this little nugget of wisdom, Keep Calm and Soldier On UGH First she moans about being recognised in hospital That s what you signed up for, Chez You wanted to be a pop star since you were a little girl, remember Come on She bemoans that nobody could have prepared her for this nearly dying apart from Are you ready GOD Yes, it s God that has given Ms Cole Malaria Get this As a way to tell her to slow down, of all things Sigh Her language and narrative are peppered with folksy Geordie colloquialisms that we are supposed to notice like ME instead of MY Scarlett Moffatt does this too, incidentally It s a way to show us that she is still down to earth, I suppose That and getting arrested for attacking a black toilet attendant, I assume She s one of the people, everybody The usual early hardships you find in these PR controlled deceptions are all here Family had no money, loads of us under one roof, dodgy friends growing up You know, poverty bingo The family couldn t afford to send this dancing child prodigy to the Royal ballet, unfortunately You and me both And how she has so many vivid memories of her time in primary school is anybody s guess To the point she manages to recall entire conversations verbatim, allegedly There are a fair amount of feisty reactions to being provoked as a stoned teen on many a night out and I m like, Okay, where s this going Are we foreshadowing excuses for anything, Cheryl She outs her first much older boyfriend for having under age sex with her I m sure he appreciated that , the next was a smack head, then she wins Popstars The Rivals and we are off to the races Her account of her time on the TV talent show a pre curser to the likes of today s Britain s Got Talent and The X Factor manages to be both gushing and dull at the same time Then we come to the racially aggravated ABH arrest everyone seems to have forgotten about First of all she s not a drinker and gets drunk very easily She was doing nothing but buying a few lollipops and the attendant hit HER unprovoked Which then escalated In that, she glassed a black woman in the face and called her something I shan t repeat Her explanation is not a good one and seems likely what s the word bullshit Bullshit from some crack PR team that specializes in damage control And if there is anyone in the world that needs a serious dose of damage control, it s Oor Chez Ain t it, pet She s been living with the stress of the ordeal but yes, despite her early attitudes her racism , she shouldn t have punched the woman, she admits Glassing her wasn t mentioned but she did Cheryl got a slap on the wrist and community service, making cups of tea in a Salvation Army shop The group, Girls Aloud, stands by her and insists that she shouldn t leave, which sounds likebullshit Mind you, the fact that she was the only one the papers talked about probably had something to do with it Essentially, the toilet attendant lied and she s innocent Let s move on The next chapter coincidentally is about dating the footballer, Ashley Cole Who is black, so she is clearly not racist So there And this is all despite growing up in the North East, which having done so myself, doesn t have the greatest reputation Or was it known for its tolerance of anything foreign or different It s gotten better in recent years but still Cheryl demonstrates this when she takes Ashley back to Newcastle for the first time and a friend says to her, I ve seen him in magazines but I don t fancy him because he s a darkie Indeed She goes from being annoyed with the way Ashley talks to her about being on the back of a camel in Dubai to being ecstatic when he pops the question moments later and seeing the most incredible diamond ring The way to a girl s heart and all that business But don t get Cheryl wrong, she s not about materialism She s one of us Basically spoilers , he acts like a Premier League footballer and cheats on her, she forgives him and he cheats on her again All while she s on a mountain raising money for charity, no less Cue divorce Number One I d never climbed Kilimanjaro before, but I ve lived my life climbing mountains of other kinds Yes, Ashley cheated on her so much the smell of news print still makes her sick But she must be strong though because Barbie has just a made a doll of her and L Oreal needs her to flog shampoo I have no doubt that she does use every day There are X Factor stories There s another race scandal There s fall outs, office politics etc If you like that sort of thing You would enjoy it if you re a fan, but it s a rough ride to get there So be warned My conclusion is that no matter what sort of relationship you have with this simpleton, be it a friend, partner, colleague then something ultimately tragic or dramatic will inevitably happen within her vicinity She s a hot mess, in a nut shell INVENTIVE BOOK NAME is fucking entertaining, to some degree but then so is driving past a car accident There are other books about the industry of fame that are much better and worse written out there withinsight But this delivers on entertainment, for sure Cheryl has everything that she ever dreamed about and yet she is still complaining, her dubious life choices and partners aside There s a lot of the you couldn t make it up mantra that her hero, Posh Spice adopted in her tome You see this with countless books of this ilk, Katie Price being godmother of this genre You study the system, win at life and then bitch and whine when you fuck it up too To quote Miss Ryan onetime How drunk do you have to be to forget her drunken racist assault She didharm to the North East than Margaret Thatcher