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Tuesday 26 May 2015

Cole and Holloway to buy LA home?

Cheryl Cole performing with her boyfriend and dancer Tre Holloway, right
Cheryl Cole performing with her boyfriend and dancer Tre Holloway, right

Cheryl Cole and boyfriend Tre Holloway are rumoured to be taking their romance to the next level by buying a home together.

The former Girls Aloud star and her backing dancer boyfriend, who have been stepping out together since last summer, are thinking about splashing out on a pad in Los Angeles, reported the Daily Mirror.

A source said: "They've been talking about a proper base there for a few months and contemplated renting but decided it was more sensible to buy.

"They are both ready for that commitment."

Cheryl, 29, is currently enjoying a break in LA with Tre, 27.

Rumours she might be planning to buy a house in LA come amid claims she is set to return to the panel of Simon Cowell's X Factor USA.

The star was axed from the first season in 2011 but it has been reported that Simon would like her to rejoin the show.

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