Cheryl Cole leaves a radio station in Berlin in camouflage-style skinny jeans as she promotes new single

Jungle fever! Cheryl Cole leaves a radio station in Berlin in camouflage-style skinny jeans as she promotes new single

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21:52 GMT, 22 June 2012

In recent days she's been quite dressed down as she promoted her new single across the UK.

But Cheryl Cole clearly wanted to make an impression in Germany today as she stepped out in a pair of very funky skinny jeans.

The pop star was snapped leaving a radio station in Berlin in a bright pair of green trousers that looked like she was in camouflage.

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Funky: Cheryl Cole left a radio station in Berlin today in a pair of green patterned skinny jeans and bright green heels

Funky: Cheryl Cole left a radio station in Berlin today in a pair of green patterned skinny jeans and bright green heels

She teamed the tight jeans with bright green high heels, a black blazer and some chunky jewellery.

Cheryl, 28, had been a guest on 104.6 RTL in Wilmersdorf, just on the outskirts of the German capital.

But it was a quick change later into leggings of a more subdued nature as she was snapped at another radio station in maroon bottoms and a microphone in hand.

Won over the Germans then! Cheryl looked happy as she left the interview

Won over the Germans then! Cheryl looked happy as she left the interview

Won over the Germans then! Cheryl looked happy as she left the interview

Cheryl is on the road around Europe to promote her new album A Million Lights and her new single from it, Call My Name.

On Monday she was in her hometown of Newcastle where she met fans and signed copies of the album but kept it casual in jeans and a patterned cardigan.

She also looked rather demure in her polka dot prints as she arrived for an interview at Radio 1 in London a few days earlier.

Dressed down: Cheryl kept it chic but casual as she arrived for an album signing in her hometown of Newcastle and for a radio interview in London

Dressed down: Cheryl kept it chic but casual as she arrived for an album signing in her hometown of Newcastle and for a radio interview in London

Dressed down: Cheryl kept it chic but casual as she arrived for an album signing in her hometown of Newcastle and for a radio interview in London

Call My Name is now the the fastest-selling single of the year so far, storming straight to the top of the charts soon after its release.

And her album has had the backing of some very big names from the music world, including Coldplay.

The band took to their Twitter page and wrote: 'New @CherylCole album, A Million Lights, out this week. We love Cheryl.'

And the JLS boys added: 'Ok ghetto baby, screw u an all is fair! @CherylCole her new album goes IN!!!!! U gotta check this Axx.'