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Cheryl reunites with The Greatest Dancer co-star Todrick Hall

Cheryl was all smiles on Thursday as she reunited with her former co-star, dancer and choreographer Todrick Hall in London. 

The pair bonded when they appeared together on the BBC show The Greatest Dancer in 2019 – with the show axed in 2020 after two series.

Cosying up to one another for a snap on 39-year-old Cheryl’s Instagram account,  the close friends looked delighted to be in each others company before sending fans into a frenzy speculating the duo may be collaborating together on a new project. 

Back together: Cheryl was all smiles on Thursday as she reunited with her former co-star, dancer and choreographer Todrick Hall in London

Girls Aloud star Cheryl looked chic in an almond pleated skirt, lace trim ribbed crop top and fedora hat.  

While YouTuber Todrick showed off his eye for style in a military style gilet and a navy beret. 

Captioning the shot, the Geordie beauty wrote: ‘My boy is in town,’ while American superstar Todrick replied gushing: ‘I love you so so so much.’ 

Work: The pair bonded when they appeared together on the BBC show The Greatest Dancer in 2019

Work: The pair bonded when they appeared together on the BBC show The Greatest Dancer in 2019

Adoration: Captioning the shot, the Geordie beauty wrote: 'My boy is in town,' while American superstar Todrick replied gushing: 'I love you so so so much'

Adoration: Captioning the shot, the Geordie beauty wrote: ‘My boy is in town,’ while American superstar Todrick replied gushing: ‘I love you so so so much’

The post was met with a plethora of comments hoping that the performers would get together to collaborate. 

One fan asked: ‘So when’s that collab coming?’

Another wrote: ‘@todrick we neeeed a collab tbh.’

‘@todrick where is the collab?’ echoed another. 

Another joked: ‘And you didn’t invite me to write a collab for you both?? Insanity.’

A fifth posted: ‘Collab soon Cheryl, miss ya. 

Excited: The post was met with a plethora of comments hoping that the performers would get together to collaborate.

Excited: The post was met with a plethora of comments hoping that the performers would get together to collaborate.

The photo comes after Cheryl admitted that she still feels her late bandmate Sarah Harding ‘s presence as she detailed an emotional moment last week.

She recalled a time when Hear Me Out – the Girls Aloud song that Sarah named her autobiography after – began mysteriously playing on her car radio.

Speaking on the BBC Sounds 5 Minutes On podcast, alongside her bandmates Nadine Coyle and Nicola Roberts, Cheryl explained how it ‘doesn’t feel like Sarah’s gone at all’.

Cheryl has admitted that she still feels her late bandmate Sarah Harding's presence last week- after Girls Aloud publicly reunited for Race For Life (L-R Nicola Roberts, Cheryl and Nadine Coyle)

Cheryl has admitted that she still feels her late bandmate Sarah Harding’s presence last week- after Girls Aloud publicly reunited for Race For Life (L-R Nicola Roberts, Cheryl and Nadine Coyle)

Sarah died aged 39 in September last year after being diagnosed with breast cancer, which then spread to other parts of her body.

After completing the Race For Life in her honour, Cheryl began: ‘I was driving to Newcastle last year and for weeks I had been fiddling around with my car to try and get the Bluetooth working and I couldn’t.

‘I was so infuriated with it I gave up, I let it go for a couple of months. Then, I got into my car and Hear Me Out was playing, my phone wasn’t on.’

Tragic: Sarah (pictured) died aged 39 in September last year after being diagnosed with breast cancer, which then spread to other parts of her body

Tragic: Sarah (pictured) died aged 39 in September last year after being diagnosed with breast cancer, which then spread to other parts of her body

Emotional: The singer eecalled a time when Hear Me Out began mysteriously playing on her car radio - the Girls Aloud song that Sarah named her autobiography after

Emotional: The singer eecalled a time when Hear Me Out began mysteriously playing on her car radio – the Girls Aloud song that Sarah named her autobiography after

She continued: ‘My phone was not on! The music hadn’t been fiddled with, nothing. I hadn’t even plugged it in yet, it was playing through the Bluetooth, Hear Me Out.’ 

‘I laughed and then I cried. What did she name the book after? Hear Me Out, it was her thing.

‘It doesn’t feel like she’s gone at all. To be honest, I’ve never experienced or anticipated this grief.’ 

'Her song': She continued: 'The music hadn't been fiddled with, nothing. I hadn't even plugged it in yet, it was playing through the Bluetooth, Hear Me Out' (Girls Aloud in 2006)

‘Her song’: She continued: ‘The music hadn’t been fiddled with, nothing. I hadn’t even plugged it in yet, it was playing through the Bluetooth, Hear Me Out’ (Girls Aloud in 2006)

Cheryl, Nadine and Nicola were all in Hyde Park for the event while Kimberley Walsh completed the walk remotely. 

Kimberley did make an appearance later as she did an Instagram Live with the other girls following the race. 

The event comes soon after Cheryl told MailOnline her feelings of ‘helplessness was extremely overwhelming’ when Sarah disclosed that her cancer couldn’t be cured.

She said: ‘I asked her so much to give me something I could do to make her happy or comfortable, anything at all.’

Memories: She added: 'I laughed and then I cried. What did she name the book after? Hear Me Out, it was her thing' (Sarah and Cheryl pictured in 2003)

Memories: She added: ‘I laughed and then I cried. What did she name the book after? Hear Me Out, it was her thing’ (Sarah and Cheryl pictured in 2003)

Cheryl continued: ‘Towards the end, she asked me to create a gala in her honour to fund a crucial study that her doctor was working on so I am committed to doing just that.’

Nadine added: ‘She talked to us all about this several times. Sarah felt really passionately about wanting to help other people in the same situation as her, or who could be at risk of finding themselves in the same situation she was in.

‘She really wanted to do some fundraising herself, but sadly just wasn’t well enough, so we promised her we would do it for her.

‘She’d have loved the Race For Life – she’d have loved to have been involved. We know for sure she will be there with us in spirit on July 24 in Hyde Park.’

Upsetting: The event comes soon after Cheryl told MailOnline her feelings of 'helplessness was extremely overwhelming' when Sarah disclosed that her cancer couldn't be cured

Upsetting: The event comes soon after Cheryl told MailOnline her feelings of ‘helplessness was extremely overwhelming’ when Sarah disclosed that her cancer couldn’t be cured

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