"Cheryl" (Ann Tweedy)
BORN: 6/30/83, Newcastle upon Tyne, England
INDUCTED: 2018, 85-percent majority
"Cheryl" might be called a British version of "Beyonce" - a one-name-only singing sensation. She may not be as famous outside the British Isles, but her hairstyles are watched every bit as much. In TV appearances and on magazine covers, Cheryl is a "fashionista" - and her hair often aims to please.
Cheryl gained fame in 2002 when she was selected for the made-by-TV pop group Girls Aloud (second from left). The ladies looked so impressive that the entire group received a hair care endorsement deal. While redhead Nicola Roberts went on to win a Crown Award, Cheryl Cole (then the wife of a British soccer player) made history with top-selling solo songs. Her best styles were between shoulder-length and medium-long, and earned her a separate hair contract with L'Oreal.
Cheryl is a basic brunette, but her changed her color at times to redhead and blonde (copying Beyonce, by her own admission). She's also occasionally worn extensions. Yet in a 2018 promotional clip, Cheryl claimed her hair "still [has] got its mojo." The large number of supporters for her induction into this hall certainly would agree.
FOR A HISTORIC REVIEW OF CHERYL'S STYLES: A YouTube "evolution" video
FOR UPDATED PICTURES AND VIDEOS: Her official website
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