Cheryl Cole wants pot bellied man
- Bang Showbiz
- 18 March 2010
'Fight for This Love' singer Cheryl Cole has revealed she prefers men with ''pot-bellies'' and will never be attracted to a ''ripped'' muscle man again
Cheryl Cole wants to date a man with a "pot belly".
The 'Fight for This Love' singer - who separated from her soccer player husband Ashley Cole last month following his alleged infidelities - has vowed she will never be romantically involved with a toned, muscular man again and wants her next lover to be a normal guy with a rounded stomach.
Discussing what type of men catch her eye on the beach, she said: "A guy could be in the Speedos and be ripped to within an inch of his life and I don't think I'd look again.
"It would have to be the Bermuda shorts and the pot belly."
Following her split from the Chelsea player, the 26-year-old beauty was spotted on an evening out with her backing dancer Derek Hough.
Black Eyed Peas singer will.i.am - who produced Cheryl's debut solo album '3' - has also spoken out in praise of the pop star and admitted he would move to the UK "if it meant being with her".
Despite all this male attention, Cheryl is concentrating on her work and is "excited" about her upcoming tour with the Black Eyed Peas before she starts works on an "amazing" new album.
She said: "I'm actually recording some new material and going on tour with The Black Eyed Peas which is exciting and scary.
"Hopefully later on in the year I've got some new stuff to release.
"I want it to be amazing, you know? I want people to be like, 'Wow, I really, really enjoy this album,' so I'm not going to put anything out until I feel like that."
Cheryl is also keen to land a cameo role in a movie or on her favourite TV show, British soap 'Coronation Street'.
She added in an interview with British radio station Key 103: "I would love to play a cameo. I wouldn't mind doing that if I could just speak in my accent, be me in something for half an hour, I would enjoy that.
"But I can't see myself being an actress. I love music."