PUBLISHED: 16:19 GMT, 13 May 2016 | UPDATED: 20:05 GMT, 13 May 2016
She’s a vivacious beauty who knows how to wow on big occasions.
And Cheryl, 32, was at her stunning best when she arrived on the red carpet at the Cannes International Film Festival in an eye-catching colourful gown on Friday for the Slack Bay premiere.
The singer couldn’t be missed in the couture garment with its vivid pinks, yellows and assortment of summery tones ensuring she stood out from the crowd.
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A sight to behold: Cheryl, 32, was at her stunning best when she arrived on the red carpet at the Cannes International Film Festival in an eye-catching colourful gown on Friday for the Slack Bay premiere
Cheryl’s gorgeous make-up perfectly complemented the tones in her dress, with a slick of shocking pink lipstick enhancing her plump pout and lashings of mascara and eye-liner decorating her perfect peepers.
She accessorised with a dangly pair of earrings and matching bracelet as well as a huge statement ring for a suitably glamorous finish.
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Independent woman: Cheryl’s glamorous make-up perfectly complemented the tones in her dress, with a slick of shocking pink lipstick enhancing her plump pout and lashings of mascara and eye-liner decorating her perfect peepers.
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Style queen: Cheryl accessorised with a dangly pair of earrings and matching bracelet as well as a huge statement ring for a suitably glamorous finish)
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She’s still got the X Factor! Cheryl dazzled on the night which saw her make-up supplied by L'Oréal” and another one captioned “”
Pretty as a picture: Cheryl styled her brunette tresses in a classy side-parting which ran into a neat ponytail down the centre of her back”. Two more photos of Cheryl captioned “
Doing her thing: The beauty knew how to work the camera as she posed with her hands on her hips while glancing over her shoulder” and “
Looking good: The dress’s plunging back showed that Cheryl was in great shape and her the fabric fitted tightly around her pert posterior”.
The star has recently been spending a lot of time with her One Direction boyfriend Liam Payne, 22, but for her red carpet appearance she was riding solo.And she certainly showed that she’s a strong independent woman as she made the crimson runway her own, sauntering with a bright white smile on her face and waving at the assembled crowds as she headed toward the Palais des Festivals.Cheryl styled her brunette tresses in a classy side-parting which ran into a neat ponytail down the centre of her back. The former X Factor judge looked in fine spirits for the high-profile occasion, admiring the hustle and the bustle of the world renowned festival.
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Making an entrance: Cheryl looked thrilled to be in attendance on the third night of the famous festival (more photos of Blake Lively and Cheryl)
Star of the show: She turned to acknowledge all those desperate to get a glimpse of her ensemble
On Thursday, Cheryl and Liam appeared happy in each other’s company as they walked the red carpet at the Chopard Trophy Ceremony during the festival.Looking utterly stunning, Cheryl wowed as she slipped her petite curves into a glittering striped jumpsuit that allowed her to flaunt her braless chest.The disco-inspired all-in-one was incredibly low-cut, sitting just above her navel, and included a wide band around her waistline and long, flared trousers to add to the vibe.Her slender frame was perfect for the stylish jumpsuit in tones of scarlet, black, white and gold.Keeping it simple, the former Girls Aloud star wore her long brunette locks in the most poker straight of styles, her lengths framing her face flawlessly
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It looks like Liam had the day off… or it was time for Cheryl the “strong independant woman” to make an appearance… or they read in the papers that they didn’t manage to sell their “loved up status” and decided to temporalily “remove them from circulation)…
My deepest sympathies to Paddy! Please look at his expression; the poor man went to get a job as a boybander’s bodyguard (becoming his friend along the way) and ended up playing the maid to the Beards….
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