She is infamous for miming on stage and screen, but this time Cheryl Fernandez Versini had silenced her critiques by displaying her soothing voice as she performed a pared back version of Only Human for Children In Need.
She looked angelic in a pure white one shoulder gown with NOA fine jewelery.
The performance was not high octane but it captured audience’s attention when Cheryl sang backed by a pianist and a video of children from the charity played. She frequently appeared in videos, recently in two charity videos, one about a girl who separated from her parents spent last days in hospice.
‘I want you to meet the most wonderful family, I cannot belive what they’ve been through and I cannot believe how brave they are,’ Cheryl says solemnly.
She genuinely sympathised with the girl named Ellie who suffered from prolonged illness and had to go to a hospice. She appealed to audience and her admirers to stay strong and support the film because the hospice relied on donation. She praised the film, asking her audience to see once how impossible thing made possible.
Although she wore glamorous yet decent clothes on the charity telethon, her presenters Fearne Cotton and Rochelle Humes donned sparkling gowns as well.
Fearne wore a black and silver drop waist floor length sequined dress, while Rochelle sported bronze bodycon attire. Tess Daly also looked dazzling with her purple minidress displaying a bejeweled neckline.
The show also featured some good music performance by famous Boyzone, S Club 7, Susan Boyle and Donny Osmond.