Cheryl Cole wants Girls Aloud vs Spice Girls
Cheryl Cole wants a Spice Girls versus Girls Aloud themed week on 'The X Factor' live shows this year.
Cheryl Cole wants a Spice Girls versus Girls Aloud week on 'The X Factor'.
The 30-year-old pop star would love to see a battle of the girl bands during the live shows, pitting her band's back catalogue against fellow judge Mel B's hit songs with the Spice Girls.
She told the Daily Mirror newspaper: "You know what, it's a really good idea. I'm going to put that to the producers and I'm sure we can figure something out."
Cheryl and Mel have both ruled the music charts with their respective groups and sold millions of records.
Girls Aloud had four number one singles, including their debut track 'Sound of the Underground', and earned a BRIT Award for 'The Promise'.
Meanwhile, the Spice Girls are one of the biggest selling bands of all time with 80 million record sales around the world and nine number one singles in the UK.
While viewers may be hoping for a rivalry between Cheryl and Mel, it seems the 'Crazy Stupid Love' singer is eager to avoid any drama on the panel this year.
A source previously said: "Everyone thinks there is some huge beef between Cheryl and Mel but there isn't.
"Cheryl is happy it is another woman [on the panel] and she thinks she will work well with Mel as they are both very feisty.
"Cheryl is just going to focus on the show and wants to find the winner."