Cheryl Fernandez-Versini Admitted To Hospital After Fall From High Horse


ENGLISH ex-girlband member and TV personality Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has been admitted to a London city hospital this morning after falling from her high horse.

The singer, who had been riding the horse for quite some time now, was jolted from the enormous animal without warning, landing her squarely on her arse at her luxury estate.

“Cheryl is a bit bruised, but it’s hard to tell with her buttock tattoo,” said a spokesperson for the star. “Doctors said she will be kept in overnight for observation”.

The accident coincides with comments she made yesterday evening outlining her distaste for the current crop of scantily-clad singers, blaming the spate of flesh-flashing on the ‘men behind the scenes’.

“You don’t have to sexualise yourself to sell music,” said the Girls Aloud singer whose entire music career has been based on female sexualisation. “I mean, sexy and all that is great to an extent, but you shouldn’t have to sexualise yourself to be selling music”.

The singer added that celebrities can easily become de-humanised by the industry, saying some stars can become ‘objects’, and not well respected musical producers, like herself.

During the interview, Cheryl – currently married to French restaurateur Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini also expressed a desire to one day enter politics with a view to forming her ‘own party’, simply called ‘Girls Allowed’.

“It’s a play on our old band name,” she explained. “The aim of the party will be to entice more intelligent and neatly dressed women, like myself, into politics.”

Cheryl Fernandez-Versini is expected to leave hospital tomorrow afternoon to further pursue her illustrious solo career.