Cheryl Cole in twitter spat with showbiz journalist

Cheryl Cole has taken to Twitter to defend herself after an article describing her 30th birthday party as ‘the most depressing’ in history was published.


by Ellie Hooper |
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The ex Girl’s Aloud singer, who turned 30 in June, hit back at Mirror Journalist Polly Hudson, who wrote an article entitled: ‘Cheryl Cole would be much happier if she’d never been famous.’

Covering everything from the limos to the venue, the article was highly critical of the evening’s festivities, comparing them to both a stag and a hen do.

Part of the article reads: ‘If Chezza was just a norm she’d be able to have real experiences, and she’d probably have some proper mates, too, instead of having to hang out with her mum and brother all the time.’


But Cheryl didn’t stay quiet for long, tweeting: ‘@3AM #poorpolly Meow…Who exactly was my party depressing for? Yourself? Sitting behind your little computer watching Instagram..aww!! Well I really don’t know where to start with this one I have to say!’

She continued: ‘I am actually dumbfounded reading your nasty bitter horrible incredibly inaccurate and misinformed article.’

Cheryl’s celebrations in Las Vegas were also attended by fellow Girl’s Aloud members Kimberley Walsh, 31, and Nicola Roberts, 27, as well as boyfriend Tre Holloway,27, who are pictured above crashed out at the end of the evening.

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