She’s gearing up for her return to the BBC for a second edition of The Greatest Dancer, set to air next month.
And Cheryl commanded attention as she posed alongside a pregnant Alesha Dixon in a series of promotional throwback images for the competition series.
Nailing business chic, the dance captain, 36, stunned in a belted lilac blazer while the show’s presenter, 41 – who gave birth in August – displayed her baby bump in a ruched red mini-dress.
Wow: Cheryl commanded attention as she posed alongside a pregnant Alesha Dixon in a series of promotional throwback images for the competition series
The songstress ensured all eyes were on her as she highlighted her slender frame in a pair of pale pink PVC leggings, tied in with a plain white vest.
Turnings heads with her vibrant display, the former Girls Aloud member boosted her frame in a pair of fluffy ankle-strap heels.
Cheryl amped up the glamour as she accessorised with a thick wrist cuff and shimmery dangle earrings as she struck a series of smouldering poses by a mirrored wall.
Line-up: This year’s series sees Matthew Morrison, Curtis Pritchard, Jordan Banjo, Oti Mabuse, and Todrick Hall complete the line-up
Flashback: Alesha – who welcomed her daughter with husband Azuka Ononye earlier this year – displayed her pregnancy glow in the flashback photos
With her tresses styled in chic waves, the Crazy Stupid Love singer complemented her beauty with dewy make-up.
Alesha – who welcomed her daughter Anaya with husband Azuka Ononye earlier this year – displayed her pregnancy glow in the flashback photos as she sizzled in a clingy long-sleeved ensemble.
Flashing her clear pedicure, the media personality enhanced her lean legs with strappy heels.
Fun: Alesha, who presents the show, posed with co-host Jordan Banjo
Wow: Captain and this year’s Strictly winner Oti showed off her sensational curves in a slinky purple dress
Hunks: Matthew and Curtis looked dapper in smart ensembles
Fun: New captain Todrick looked snazzy as he struck a playful pose for the camera
Work it: Diversity star Jordan looked smouldering as he posed up in the shoot
Go for it: Cheryl looked as sensational as ever as she attended auditions for the show
Chat: The judges are seen discussing an act as they appeared to make an important decision
Applause: The panel looked delighted as they applauded a successful act
Debut: Curtis makes his debut on the show as the receptionist in series two
Handsome: The Love Island star put on a dapper display in a navy ensemble as he took to his new role
The 2020 series will feature RuPaul’s Drag Race choreographer Todrick Hall, 34, as a new judge alongside returning captains Cheryl, Oti Mabuse and Matthew Morrison, while Love Island’s Curtis Pritchard will serve as a receptionist.
Ellie Ferguson was crowned the first ever winner in February and received £50,000, as well as a chance to perform on Strictly. In June, Cheryl confirmed her return to the show in an exclusive statement to MailOnline.
The songstress said she ‘really enjoyed’ working with the dancers on the BBC show, and is delighted to returning as a judge for the second series, which is expected to air early next year.
New guard: Patrick & Laura are one of the acts appearing on series 2
Cheryl said earlier in the year: ‘I’m coming back to The Greatest Dancer. I absolutely loved being a coach on the show this year, it was a really enjoyable experience and it was brilliant to launch a brand new TV show.
‘It was so much fun working with my acts, and I can’t wait to start that all over again with the auditions later this year.’
The Geordie beauty has been keeping busy as of recent, with the star appearing on the UK edition of Drag Race.
In May, she released her single Let You, which debuted at number 57 on the UK Singles Chart.
Dance: Ross & Travis will also appear in front of the superstar judges
Next generation: Lily & Joseph will also make their debut on the show
Cheryl – who shares son Bear, two, with ex Liam Payne, 26 – recently revealed she’s set to collaborate with rapper Wiley on her hotly-anticipated fifth album in the coming weeks, and teased her record will feature a ‘big upbeat production’.
The Fight For This Love hitmaker said she’s hoping to create some more pop tracks that people can sing along to, and wants to include plenty of dance steps.
She told Gay Times Magazine: ‘Always upbeat with a big production. The more dance steps I can get in there, the happier I am – and the more people can sing along. I just want everybody to enjoy it at this point.’
Dance dance: Ross & Travis put on a playful display for the judges