Cheryl is busy rehearsing as she prepares to make her comeback to the Mighty Hoopla Festival this weekend.

It has been two years since the Geordie star performed on stage; after seducing his fans for the last time at Manchester Pride in 2019.

But on Saturday, she will return to her music career to entertain tens of thousands of revelers at the Mighty Hoopla event, which itself makes a return to Brockwell Park in London after a two-year hiatus due to the coronavirus pandemic. .

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After teasing that she was in the dance studio at the end of last week, Cheryl took to her Instagram page Tuesday night to post a photo of herself and her backing dancers, with the caption: “Hoopla … are you ready?”

The photo immediately sparked a huge reaction with the Mighty Hoopla account using Cheryl’s famous X Factor slogan to respond, “Whenever you’re ready,” and one fan responded, “Cheryl, I’m so excited I could cry. . “

Cheryl rehearsing for her musical comeback at London’s Mighty Hoopla festival

Cheryl is headlining Mighty Hoopla 2021, with the main stage lineup also including Alexandra Burke, Becky Hill, Gabrielle and Sister Sledge.

Other acts that will grace various stages across the park on Saturday include Jimmy Somerville, Sonique, Whigfield, Atomic Kitten, The Honeyz, S Club, Artful Dodger, United Kingdolls and even Katie Price.

Cheryl first rose to fame in 2002, when she landed a spot in Girls Aloud on Popstars: The Rivals. The group recorded number 1 hits with Sound of the Underground, I’ll Stand By You and The Promise, before Cheryl scored five.

The first solo single Fight For This Love went straight to the top of the charts, as did Promise This, Call My Name, Crazy Stupid Love and I Don’t Care.

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