It was revealed last week that .
And now, it has been reported that Cheryl, 39, will make at least £100,000 for starring as Jenny in the popular stage thriller 2:22 A Ghost Story.
It’s been claimed that the Girls aloud singer could rake in even more than the eye-watering £100k fee, because her deal is said to be linked to ticket sales.
Cheryl has .
Wow! it has been reported that Cheryl, 39, will make at least £100,000 for starring as Jenny in West End thriller 2:22 A Ghost Story, in a deal ‘linked to ticket sales’ (Pictured in June)
After signing up to appear in 106 shows, has reported that an industry booker revealed: ‘Cheryl is getting around £1,000 a show.
‘The deal is £100,000 but will also be linked to ticket sales so if she helps shift around 80% of seats then she’ll be entitled to more money on top of that.’
MailOnline has contacted Cheryl’s representatives for comment.
Just last week, Cheryl was announced as the new lead in the popular play, taking over the part of Jenny, which is currently being played by .
New role: Cheryl will make her West End debut next year in 2:22 A Ghost Story, taking over the part of Jenny, which is currently being played by Laura Whitmore
Cheryl excitedly shared the news on Instagram, gushing that ‘it is a totally new experience for me.’
The star has previously played herself in Hollywood movie What To Expect When You’re Expecting and had a small role as a cutthroat music agent in 2020 download film indonesia Four Kids And It.
‘Hey!!! .. I am SO excited to be starring in the west end thriller @222aghoststory !! I will be playing the role of Jenny from January — April!’ Cheryl wrote on Instagram alongside her cast photo.
‘I went to see the show with a previous cast and LOVED IT ! It is a totally new and exciting experience for me so if you’re looking for a fun night out & some entertainment in your new year tickets are available now….whenever you’re ready !! #222aghoststory.’
Coming soon: Cheryl will take over the rule of Jenny from January 21 until April 2023
West End debut: Cheryl, 39, excitedly shared the news on Instagram, gushing that ‘it is a totally new experience for me’
Best wishes: The news was met by an outpouring of messages from Cheryl’s famous friends, with Laura Whitmore, who is currently starring in the show, gushing: ‘It’s the best!!!’
Current star: Laura is currently starring in the play, which
The news was met by an outpouring of messages from Cheryl’s famous friends, with Laura Whitmore, who is currently starring in the show, gushing: ‘It’s the best!!! You’re going to love it.’
Giovanna Fletcher, who was also previously cast in the role, added: ‘Whoooooop!!! A fresh Jenny dance! Welcome to the family. Xx’
Lily Allen was the first to take on the role of Jenny when the West End play opened in the summer of 2021. and a Best Actress nomination at the Olivier Awards.
Acclaimed performance: Lily Allen was the first to take on the role of Jenny when the West End play opened in the summer of 2021. The singer earned rave reviews and an Olivier nomination
The play follows Jenny, who believes her new home is haunted but her husband Sam remains skeptical.
They argue with their first dinner guests, old friend Lauren and new partner Ben and decide to stay awake until 2.22am to discover the truth.
Cheryl has maintained a low profile in recent years, focusing on her life as mum to son Bear, five, who she co=parents with ex Liam Payne.
Her most recent project was as a judge on show The Greatest Dancer in 2019 — with the show axed in 2020 after two series.
Out of the public eye: Cheryl has maintained a low profile in recent years, focusing on her life as mum to her son Bear, five (pictured together in 2019)
The star earlier this year to talk about her late Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding, who died in September 2021 after a battle with breast cancer.
Cheryl’s withdrawal from public life was apparent when she cancelled a planned performance at Birmingham Pride following the death of Sarah, just weeks before the event was scheduled to take place.
The tragedy also resulted in Cheryl shelving her new 12-part BBC podcast — You, Me and R&B — after just four episodes, with the project already drawing criticism for its perceived use of ‘cultural appropriation.’
Tough time: The star gave a rare interview to Vogue earlier this year to talk about her late Girls Aloud bandmate Sarah Harding
Prior to this her nine-year association with French cosmetics brand L’Oreal , for whom she worked as a celebrity spokesperson, came to an end in 2018.
The Newcastle-born singer previously had a glittering solo career, with number ones including Fight For This Love, Call My Name and Promise This.
Her lengthy spell with Girls Aloud saw her bag 21 UK Top Ten singles — along them The Promise and Sound Of The Underground — and six Top Ten albums.
TV star: Her most recent project was as a judge on BBC show The Greatest Dancer in 2019 — with the show axed in 2020 after two series