Cheryl Cole to perform on Britain's Got Talent
Simon Cowell has offered Cheryl Cole the chance to perform her comeback track to millions of viewers on 'Britain's Got Talent'
Simon Cowell has asked Cheryl Cole to perform on 'Britain's Got Talent'.
The 30-year-old popstar has been inundated with offers from various shows to make her musical comeback, but she is said to be considering a "tempting" offer from Simon, 54, as a perk stemming from her return to 'The X Factor' judging panel this year.
A source said: "Simon has offered her a very tempting spot on the show and it would be a massive draw for the series to land her first live performance in a couple of years."
Cheryl is keen to impress and she has been working hard on her fourth studio album, although she hasn't decided which song will be promoted on the show.
The source added: "Cheryl has been offered all major TV shows to perform her first single."
It's reported that if Cheryl's new single isn't ready in time for 'Britain's Got Talent', she will have first pick for a live performance slot when 'X Factor' returns later this year.
Meanwhile, the 'Call My Name' hitmaker is continuing to advise Simon Cowell on who should join them on the panel and is eager to hire a music industry professional.
Songwriter Amanda Ghost - who co-wrote James Blunt's 2004 hit 'You're Beautiful' - and Sia Furler, who has written songs for the likes of Rihanna, Beyonce and Katy Perry, are among the names being considered.
Cheryl also has her eye on Black Eyed Peas singer Fergie as they reportedly grew close when she supported the group on tour.