Cheryl reveals she loves 'chilling in her jammies' and watching I'm A Celebrity: 'It's my favourite few weeks'

Since the launch of her debut Stormflower fragrance, Cheryl has weathered some extreme highs and lows. But life is smelling sweet again as HELLO! meets the singer to for an exclusive interview at the launch of her latest scent.

With multiple work and charity projects on the go, the singer is also happy in her private life, dating One Direction star Liam Payne. And while you might imagine the former X Factor judge's idea of fun might be getting all glammed up and heading out to the hottest celebrity parties, the truth couldn't be more different.


Cheryl has said she loves 'chilling in her jammies' and watching I'm A Celebrity

"I've been drinking too much hot chocolate," the blooming singer told HELLO!. "That's what I like to relax, hot chocolate and watching the telly. I'm excited for I'm A Celebrity… That I love. It is my favourite few weeks when that is on. Just chilling at home, no hair and makeup, in my jammies and dressing gown with the dogs sitting on the sofa."

Cheryl, who has been making headlines over the past few weeks due to her personal life, also admitted that she has not been tuning into X Factor this year but has backed controversial contestant Honey G for the win. Confessing that she hasn't watched any of the self-confessed rapper's performances, she revealed the younger members of her family are hooked!

The star is currently dating One Direction's Liam Payne

"I haven't watched her so I can't have an informed opinion, but my nieces and nephews think she's great and I really hope she wins, just for them. I've got millions of nieces and nephews now," she explained, before adding: "They are all here at the moment because it's half term. With that, and everyone's dogs and animals that we have got, it is chaos but I love it. I don't like silence. I like chaos."

For the full interview, pick up the latest issue of HELLO! magazine.

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