In 2014, Cheryl released the name of her fourth studio album as Only Human where she describes songs on the album as 'very fun pop'.After the release of this album Cheryl cemented herself a new record of being the first female in Britain to have five solo number ones.When she was nine years old, Cheryl attended the Royal Ballet summer school.
She was sentenced to 120 hours of community service and was also required to pay the victim, Sophie Amogbokpa £500.
Cheryl married the footballer Ashley Cole in London on July 2006.
Personal Life: In January 2003, not long after Girls Aloud had shot to national recognition, Cheryl was arrested following an incident with a toilet attendant at Guildford's 'The Drink' nightclub (now known as 'Harpers').
She was charged with racially aggravated assault but, at trial, was only found guilty of assault occasioning actual bodily harm.
In 2014 she returned to the UK X Factor as a judge alongside Simon Cowell, Louis Walsh and Mel B and was the mentor for the girl's category again.
Cheryl then returned the following year for the twelfth series (2015) where she was joined by Cowell, Rita Ora and Nick Grimshaw where she mentored the groups and guided Reggie 'n' Bollie into second place.In 2012 Cheryl released her third studio album A Million Lights selling 34,934 copies in its first week.The single Call my name which features on the album became Cheryl's third number one single in the UK.On its release this album made it to number one in the UK and number two in Ireland.It featured vocals from Dizzee Rascal, Travie Mc Coy and Will.After the release of this album she announced her first solo concert tour which started in October 2012.