By Louise Saunders
Her dancer boyfriend has been ruled out of the first few dates of her hotly-anticipated A Million Lights tour.
But Cheryl Cole made sure to cheer Tre Holloway up as they enjoyed a night out on the town following her performance in Dublin, Ireland, on Thursday night.
Debuting an unusual new corn row hairstyle, the 29-year-old singer looked utterly smitten as she cuddled up to her beau with a huge smile on her face in the back of a taxi.
Celebrating the success of the first two nights of the tour, the Fight For This Love hitmaker hit the town with her crew, spending the evening in The Grafton Lounge, which was closed specially for the occasion.
Cheryl's quirky new hairstyle featured braids down the side of her head, with a quiff and the rest of her brunette locks scraped into a loose ponytail.
The Geordie beauty showed off her petite figure in a red minidress, which she had appeared to have gone braless in, and a pair of super-sexy leather thigh high boots.
And the former X Factor judge seemed to be the picture of happiness as she enjoyed spending some quality time in the company of Tre, 27, who looked dapper in a denim shirt, stone-coloured jeans and tan shoes.
But Cheryl admitted she was less than impressed that the dancer had injured himself just before he was due to join her on stage for her A Million Lights Tour.
She told the Daily Mirror newspaper: 'He did it on the trampoline. The one I told him not to bounce on.'
The Girls Aloud singer proved herself to be the true golden girl of British pop as she kicked off her tour with a energetic performance in Belfast on Wednesday night, even treating her fans to a repeat of the now infamous swan dive she performed while singing Call My Name on The Voice back in May.
And the star explained she was hoping to have her bandmates Kimberley Walsh, Sarah Harding, Nicola Roberts and Nadine Coyle join her on stage for the London leg of the tour.
Cheryl added to the Daily Mirror: 'I wanted to get them all on stage but we’re gonna do something later, so this wasn’t really the time.
'If we’d already done what we hoped to, then absolutely.'