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Rihanna and Cheryl Cole top poll of celebrities women want to party with

26 MARCH 2013

Rihanna and Cheryl Cole aren't just topping the charts with their hit tunes, they've taken the number one spot in a poll to find women's dream party pals. In a new survey, the pop princesses were named the celebrities we would most like to party with.

The singers both received 20.2 per cent of the vote, ahead of superstar mum Beyonce in third place with 16 per cent, Lady Gaga (13.2 per cent) and the super-stylish Saturdays (11.5 per cent).

 

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There seems little doubt then when it comes to the perfect night out, women most wish they could dance the night away with their favourite female singers. And, as two of the music industry's most popular stars, it's hardly surprising that Cheryl and Rihanna rate so highly in the survey, held to celebrate the Panasonic Lumix XS1.

Cheryl has been back in the headlines in the past few weeks - most recently alongside her Girls Aloud bandmates. The hugely successful girl group saddened fans when they announced they were going their separate ways after the final performance in their Ten tour.

"We have now come to the end of our incredible time together" said a tweet from the girls' official Twitter account shortly after they came off stage in Liverpool, followed by "Dear Alouders, we just wanted to say from the bottom of our hearts Thank you!!"

Girls Aloud aside, Cheryl made the news when it was recently revealed that she is suing the producers of the X Factor USA for £1.54 million. Blue Orbit paid the star £1.2 million as her fee for the first series, but Cheryl is asking for £1.34 million for the second season plus a further £200,000 for expenses.

Rihanna, meanwhile, is in the middle of her Diamonds World Tour in the States. She will begin the European leg in Spain on 26 May.

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