Belfast Telegraph

Cheryl Cole's tour 'not cheap'

Cheryl Cole is prepared to spend "a load of cash" on her upcoming British tour.

The pop singer will perform 11 dates in the UK beginning in the fall.

Although Cheryl will be onstage less than a dozen times, the star reportedly wants to put on huge shows.

The songstress is said to be dogged about doing it up big, despite the fact that her accountants claim that lavish effects will be a waste of money.

"Cheryl wants to make her show as amazing as possible and if that means spending a load of cash on it, so be it," a source told British newspaper The Sun.

Cheryl is thought to be taking inspiration from Jay-Z, Kanye West, Rihanna and Katy Perry for her performances.

Her financial advisors believe that the star will make a loss on the tour if she insists on ballooning the production budget.

"If it were a longer tour, she would make money back from ticket sales," the source explained. "But the ideas she's coming up with at the moment are not going to come cheap."

Cheryl's tour begins in Belfast, Northern Ireland this October.

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