Excited Cheryl buys first car and introduces fans to hot dad in Girls Aloud film
With a cap shading her trademark brunette locks and adorably clutching her paperwork, Cheryl Tweedy excitedly screamed about buying her first ever car back in 2005.
In a newly resurfaced documentary – Girls Aloud: Home Truths – Cheryl and her bandmates introduced viewers to their parents and allowed cameras to follow them around their hometowms in the fly-on-the-wall film.
In one clip, Cheryl introduces her 'hot dad' Gary to fans as she travels back to her native Newcastle to see her old home.
"This is me dad, Gary, and this is me dad's wife, Joanne," she says while standing in the kitchen.
Bursting with proud, Gary tells the camera: "When I see her on the telly it feels really strange, I mean I know it's me daughter obviously but she just looks so different there. Just a different way of life for her now."
"Is it? Is it weird for you?" Cheryl asks while wrapping her hands around a mug of tea.
"It's totally different from what I expected would happen. I see you on the telly with the band, doing all that dancing, it's brilliant," her dad gushes.
"I've been to the concerts and seen you perform live on stage and it's just an excellent thing, it's brilliant."
The film crew also accompanied Cheryl to a local dealership where she had her eye on a brand new Mercedes-Benz.
Clutching a utility bill in her hands, Cheryl excitedly shouted: "Right well I'm here to get me new car, brand new. I'm going to buy an SLK, which is me dream car.
"I can't believe I'm going into the garage to be honest, like, it's going to be my car. I've got me utility bill and me licence to prove who I am, and I'm going to go get it now."
She took her beloved dad to the dealership to check out her new wheels, screeching: "Can you believe that's going to be my car, dad? Isn't it lush. I think I'm going to be sick meself. The roof comes off, you know! I will look like a popstar now, won't I."
Back at home, the father-daughter duo reflected on Cheryl's stratospheric rise to fame.
"For me, it wasn't a hunger for fame, I just knew inside I wanted to perform," she explained.
"You had that drive. I used to tell her, get something to fall back on, exams," Gary pointed out.
Laughing, Cheryl recalled: "You used to say, 'get your head out of the f**king clouds and go to college, you need something to fall back on and this is your dream but it's hard'."
She turned to the camera to add: "I used to watch Smash Hits and actually feel like I could be physically sick with just wanting to be up there, nothing to do with the fame side really, just the performing side of it.
"I always knew it in was in us. I used to say, 'dad, just shut up because when I'm rich and famous – lend us £20 and I'll pay you back'."
Looking emotional, Gary reached over and hugged Cheryl, adding: "She's done everything she said she was gonna do and I'm dead proud of her."
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