Beaming Cheryl can’t stop smiling after West End theatre debut as she wraps up in huge coat | The Sun

CHERYL couldn't stop smiling after her West End theatre debut as she wrapped up in a huge coat.

The 39-year-old, who has taken on the lead role of Jenny in Ghost Story 2:22, was in high spirits as she left the  Lyric theatre in Piccadilly, central London, last night.

Cheryl looked stunning in a red turtle neck jumper and an oversized brown coat.

The former Girls Aloud singer also had a huge bouquet of colourful flowers in her hands.

She styled her locks into loose waves and opted for natural make-up.

It comes after Cheryl's West End debut was mysteriously delayed on her opening night.

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Cheryl all smiles as she leaves her West End debut that was delayed

The star was due to kick off her three-month stint in Ghost Story 2:22 at 7:30pm on Saturday night, but rehearsals overran.

Cheryl has taken on the lead role of Jenny, following in the footsteps of Lily Allen and Laura Whitmore.

The mum-of-one will appear in 106 shows and is expected to bag £1k a night for her leading lady performance.

It's hoped Cheryl's appearance in Ghost Story 2:2will boost ticket sales.

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Cheryl all smiles as she leaves her West End debut that was delayed

A source previously said: “The producers know this will get everyone talking, but it will ruffle feathers.

"Most stage actors have trained their entire lives to get where they are, so seeing someone with little or no experience land a top billing can be a stab.”

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