Cheryl went for an angelic white lace look as she posed up on the red carpet at Capital FM’s Jingle Bell Ball.
But the singer reportedly didn’t stick around for long, and instead chose to snub interviews with the press over fears she’d be quizzed about losing her L’Oreal contract.
The Geordie babe smiled politely as she posed up for photographers at London’s O2 Arena ahead of her return to the stage.
But following the news that she’s no longer the spokeswoman for L’Oreal, insiders claim she was in a "bad mood" and refused to talk to reporters.
However, Mirror Online understands that while Cheryl didn’t speak to all press, she did talk to Capital.
Performers do not always speak to the press at the event.
Cheryl dressed for the annual festive concert – which her ex Liam Payne performed at last night – in a sheer lace-trimmed and feathery mini dress and matching white heels.
She showed off her enviable pins and super flat tummy as she posed for pictures.
She’s set to perform for the crowd tonight, and will no doubt give a rendition of her new single Love Made Me Do It.
Her live performances so far have been met with very mixed reviews.
While her devoted fans are sticking by her, many have been left underwhelmed with her comeback after four years off.
Cheryl’s L’Oreal deal was reportedly worth around £4 million.
Speaking to The Mirror, a L’Oreal Paris UK spokesperson said: "Following discussions with Cheryl and her team earlier this year, we can confirm that our spokesmodel partnership has come to an end, however she continues to be a friend of the brand.
"We’re very proud to have worked with Cheryl for nine years and to have been part of her story, sharing and celebrating all things ‘worth it’."
Cheryl added: "I have had an amazing experience as L’Oreal Paris’ UK spokesmodel for the past nine years and have loved working with the team over there. It always felt like more than a partnership and I would like to thank them all for the opportunities it has afforded me."
Mirror Online has contacted Cheryl’s representatives for comment.
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