Star singer Cheryl finally hit out at haters instead of claiming they should be revolutionising the world.
Her musical comeback didn’t quite go to plan last year.
Now Cheryl Tweedy, 35, has urged her ‘haters’ to focus on enjoying performances rather than being critical as entertainers are not trying to ‘revolutionise the world’.
The pop star’s single, Love Made Me Do It, peaked at number 19 in the charts back in November and quickly dropped out of the top 20.Speaking before appearing in the new BBC talent show The Greatest Dancer, Miss Tweedy has asked viewers not to concentrate on picking apart performances.
‘It makes me sad that we really put a lot of focus on criticism – just enjoy,’ she said.‘It’s entertainment, we’re not trying to revolutionise the world. People are just trying to entertain you.’
Miss Tweedy acts as a ‘dance captain’ and mentor on the show, which airs at 8pm on BBC One on Saturday.The singer is on the judging panel for the dancing series, along with Strictly’s Oti Mabuse and Glee star and Broadway performer Matthew Morrisson.
She revealed her main dancing experience, aside from the choreographed moves she learned as a member of Girls Aloud, was going to summer school at the Royal Ballet when she was nine.
However, Cheryl added that she would not have the right to tell a ballerina what to do as her time at the school was so long ago.