CHERYL has made an emotional comeback on social media as he thanked fans for being there for him.
The 38-year-old singer took to her Instagram stories to speak to her fans in person after nearly a few months posing for the pop star.
Cheryl returned to performance last month after taking the stage at the London music festival, Mighty Hoopla.
She told her fans that “a lot has happened in between” since wooing the crowd and thanked them for being “incredible”.
Cheryl also shared a behind-the-scenes video of herself getting ready for the performance and storming the stage in a mesh pink jumpsuit.
“I love you all – thank you for a wonderful night,” she captioned the video.
On her Instagram stories, Cheryl gleefully recounted her special performance as she wore a ribbed long-sleeved top and her hair in loose waves.
“Hello everyone. So I know it’s been a minute since the hoopla, but I really wanted to refer back to it to say thank you so much for an amazing night,” she began.
“I had the best time. You were so incredible. And yeah, I didn’t get a chance to say thank you.”
“A lot has happened in between, but I really had the best night. So, you’re huge and I can’t wait to see you again.”
Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts, 35, who was in the BTS video and performed with Cheryl in the Mighty Hoopla, commented: “Best night ever.”
Cheryl’s heartfelt message comes after she pulled out of her Birmingham Pride gig last month, revealing she wasn’t able to perform “emotionally or mentally” following the death of Sarah Harding.
Girls Aloud’s Sarah tragically died of invasive breast cancer in September at the age of only 39.
Cheryl issued a statement on Instagram apologizing for withdrawing from the incident she was due to headline.
She wrote: “There’s nothing like saying goodbye to someone you’ve spent such a big part of your life with.
“My heart is heavy. Grief is such a harsh experience and an absolute rollercoaster of emotions. Questions without answers and pain without resolution. So turbulent and constant.
“With that I’m sorry, but I really haven’t been able to emotionally, mentally or physically perform for you this Saturday at Birmingham Pride.
“I apologize wholeheartedly and I can only hope for your understanding (I promise I’ll make it through anyway).
“I guess now I just need some time to sit with my feelings and let go of the sadness…
“Nothing prepares you for this bit.”
Birmingham Pride said it would donate all of Cheryl’s fees to a cancer charity or charity that supports LGBTQ+ people living with cancer.
Sarah’s bandmates – Cheryl, Kimberly Walsh, Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts – paid heartfelt tributes after her death.
Despite knowing “this day will come” following Sarah’s terminal diagnosis, Cheryl talks about her heartache and disbelief.
She described Sarah as “wonderful, unique, crazy, quirky, kind and soft-hearted” and told fans that their love and support over the years really touched the late singer.
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