Cheryl Cole plays her style straight in stripes but makes a fruity fashion statement with apple earrings
14:55 GMT, 29 May 2012
Over the weekend she took to the stage in an elaborate 'sexy genie' ensemble.
But when she's not performing Cheryl Cole has been sporting a simple style and was seen stepping out in stripes earlier today.
The 28-year-old was seen leaving the BBC studios in a white dress with pink and black lines.
Straight down the line: Cheryl Cole kept her style simple in stripes as she left the BBC studios today
Cheryl added fruity accessories in the form of apple-shaped earrings, which she was seen wearing on the X Factor in 2010.
The Call My Name singer was at the studio to per-record a Radio Two interview.
The singer recently revealed her pet dog Buster is gay.
The 28-year-old singer opened up about her chihuahua's sexual preference in an new interview.
Busy lady: Cheryl was at the studios to pre-record a Radio Two interview
Fruity fashion sense: Cheryl was seen wearing a pair of apple earrings the same ones she wore in 2010
Speaking in a new interview with Attitude magazine Cheryl said: 'I have two chihuahuas, Buster and Coco, and I have two Jack Russells.'
'Buster is definitely gay. He loves the other boys.'
Cheryl, who performed her new track Call My Name on The Voice over the weekend after a hiatus from the stage, also spoke to the gay magazine about X Factor.
Simon Cowell drafted the Geordie star as a judge for the initial series of X Factor in the US, but she was replaced by Nicole Scherinzger after just a few days on the job.
Puppy love: Cheryl Cole has revealed her dog Buster is gay
Dog mad: Cheryl, who has four dogs, said the X Factor 'can drive anyone mental' in the interview with Altitude magazine
She said: 'That show can drive anybody mental.'
But Cheryl still remained tight lipped on how she feels about the sacking.
'I haven’t said anything about X Factor USA from that day to this.'
The axe factor: Cheryl would not speak out about her feelings on being sacked from the X Factor USA last year
'Why Boring. It’s year-old news. I’ve made a whole new album since then.'
The singer also labelled Rhianna 'a free spirit' for the way she doesn't hold back on Twitter.
Cheryl said the Barbadian star: 'Doesn't care is she calls somebody a c*** on Twitter, ' before adding, 'but there are 12-year-old girls on there'.
Comeback: Cheryl performed her new track Call My Name on The Voice over the weekend