Cheryl Cole's first solo arena tour may not have been a sell out, but that didn't stop our Chezza giving it her all as the 11-date jaunt kicked off in Belfast last night.
Revisiting some of her old hits like Fight For This Love as well as newer material like Call My Name, the former X Factor judge revisited some of her old looks too as she'd put her hair into cornrows for the gig. How very 2003.
She also sizzled in a daring gold jumpsuit, before changing into an array of outfits including a leather peplum ensemble and a floaty blue frock.
Making her grand entrance, Cheryl also wowed the audience by swan diving onto the stage, just as she did when she performed on The Voice, putting to good use the £2m worth of insurance she was forced to pay in order to perform the show's stunts.
However, she was not joined on stage by dancer boyfriend Tre Holloway, as he'd suffered an injury just hours before the show kicked off, meaning he was forced to watch his lady strutting her stuff from the side of the stage.
Girls Aloud fans also got a special treat as Cheryl performed a mash up of The Promise, Biology and Love Machine, which will have acted as a nice little warm up ahead of their reunion next month.
Ahead of the show, her bandmates tweeted the star to wish her good luck on her first solo jaunt.
Much has been made of a rift with Nadine Coyle, but the 'estranged' member of the band was the first to send her wishes.
"A huge day for our @cherylcole and the opening of your tour! Good luck!! Belfast show her our famous irish welcomes. Xxx," she tweeted.
Nicola Roberts also wrote: "Sending Chezza so much luck for her big night tonight #AMillionLightsTour."
And Kimberley Walsh, who is currently in training for the first Strictly Come Dancing live show at the weekend, said: "Good luck tonight @CherylCole!!! You're gonna be amazing I'm so excited and proud of you! Have an amazing first show #chezzaontour."
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