CHERYL appeared to be holding back her tears after being left overwhelmed at the outpouring of love and support following her highly-praised performance of Jenny in 2:22: A Ghost Story.
The Girls Aloud singer appeared glassy-eyed as she took to the stage for the curtain call for tonight’s press evening.
Cheryl appeared teary as the play drew to a close
She looked overwhelmed at the outpouring of praise
She made her debut in the role earlier this month and the popstar seemed to be fighting back tears as she bowed to the crowd.
Cheryl appeared on the stage alongside her co-stars former EastEnders actor Jake Wood, Lousie Ford and Scott Karim.
The Call My Name hitmaker has left fans and critics alike wowing at her professional West End debut in the thriller at the Lyric Theatre.
She was beaming from ear to ear as she waved at the adoring crowd before exiting the stage.
Cheryl was likely feeling the pressure to impress with her close friends and bandmates Kimberley Walsh and Nicola Roberts both in attendance.
Taking her front row seat for the press night of the performance, Nicola shared a picture of the stage as she declared: “Ready for our girl.”
The popstar looked incredible as she wore a shimmering black minidress which featured a unique green detailing up the front.
The Masked Singer winner Nicola teamed her outfit with with a pair of black tights and chunky jet black heels.
Kimberley looked equally as stylish as she dazzled photographers in a long black maxi dress that featured red floral detailing throughout.
It is believed that Cheryl could be pocketing one of the biggest fees in West End history as she is allegedly picking up a staggering £750,000 for her role.
The cast received applause for their performance
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