All eyes were on Cheryl Cole as she turned up to the Roberto Cavalli show at Milan Fashion Week over the weekend.
Wearing a leopard and zebra print trench coat by the designer, the singer wowed as she took a seat next to Ellie Goulding and Samantha Barks on the front row.
Cheryl kept her fans updated with her whereabouts during her Italian trip, sharing several selfies on her Instagram and Twitter pages.
Posting a picture of herself arriving at the airport, she said, "Hello Milan… We made it to your beautiful city… #Thankyouforyourwelcome."
She shared another snap of a c lose-up of herself after the show, with the caption, "Amazing show Mr. Cavalli… and thank you for my gorgeous trench coat."
The former Girls Aloud singer also posted a picture of herself on the front row alongside her fellow celebrities.
Cheryl paired her statement trench coat with a slicked-back, middle-parted low ponytail and monochrome heels. Her signature smokey eye make-up and nude lips topped off the look.
The 30-year-okd recently changed her hairstyle, dying her brown curls blonde.
On the morning of Valentine's Day the singer posted a snap of herself on Instagram striking a pose and grabbing her long locks, which are platinum blonde at the ends thanks to a chic dip dye.
She captioned the snap, "Do blondes have more fun???!!! I'll let you know #lorealFeria #blowout901girl!!"
The news came as rumours surfaced that Cheryl, 30, will be returning to The X Factor, rejoining the judging panel with music mogul Simon Cowell.
She teased fans with the biggest hint yet that she will be sitting on a judge’s chair by posting a Throwback Thursday picture on Instagram.
The snapshot, which has fuelled speculation that Simon has convinced her to come back on board the ITV talent show, sees her sitting next to Simon Cowell on The X Factor, pointing at him accusingly as the dad-to-be smiles coyly.
Simon, who famously axed Cheryl from the US version of the show in 2011, is said to have wooed her back with a butler service dinner over the weekend.
"It was just him and Cheryl," an insider told The Sun. "Simon was offering an olive branch. It was a very civil evening. "She was happy and loved talking about the show. It's pretty much nailed on that she'll be back."