Cheryl Fernandez-Versini obviously loves Christmas. A lot. The singer was very excited to turn on the Oxford Street Christmas lights on Thursday night - and looked the picture of perfect winter chic as she did it.
The X Factor judge channelled her look from the 'Fight For This Love' video as she switched on the lights in a cutout-front military-style funnel-neck coat, costing a whopping £1,895 from Alexander McQueen.
She joined Capital FM radio DJs Dave Berry and Lisa Snowdon for the event at around 6.15pm as huge crowds gathered to watch the 1,778 twinkling lights go on.
Cheryl accessorised her 'mullet' coat with a metallic waist belt, leather trousers and on-trend black knee-high boots.
She finished her look with a high, curled ponytail and pretty peachy make up, and gave us a flash of her stunning engagement ring as she took to the microphone.
The 'Call My Name' hitmaker was also joined at the event by Jess Glynne, Neon Jungle and Rixton, who entertained the crowd with musical performances.
Cheryl herself didn't take to the stage. The star has this week been dealing with accusations she mimed during her performance of 'I Don't Care' on The X Factor last week - something her camp denies. The singer has even taken to Twitter to address trolls who've been leaving messages on her account.
Whether she was miming or not, Cheryl put on a great performance and wowed the crowds in hot pants and white leather over-knee boots.
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