Last night, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, turned up to the Princes Trust celebrate success awards held in Newcastle.
The proud Geordie babe attended the awards bash as a surprise guest.
Cheryl was on stage to present, Adrian Maddocks, with his celebrate success Samsung young achiever award.
The ‘Crazy Stupid Love’ singer was happy to be home, writing on Twitter: “#proud #CelebrateSuccess #PrincesTrust Surprise #HomeSweetHome” (Sic).
The Princes Trust, were delighted to have kept the X Factor judge’s appearance a surprise, tweeting: “OMG! The outstanding @CherylOfficial is on stage to present our @SamsungUK Young Achiever gong! #CelebrateSuccess” (Sic).
And they also thanked the brunette beauty for coming to the event, tweeting: “Well done to everyone nominated for this year’s @SamsungUK #CelebrateSuccess awards in the NE. And thank you @CherylOfficial for coming! :-)” (Sic).
Cheryl replied to the Princes Trust’s tweet saying: “Congratulations to everyone & My absolute pleasure” (Sic).
The gorgeous Geordie is a massive supporter of the Princes Trust, and in January of this year, she set up her own trust called ‘Cheryl’s Trust’, where she hopes to raise £2 million in the next year, so she can open a state of the art media centre in the heart of Newcastle.
The charitable star, has already raised hundreds of thousands of pounds for her charity, via a Prizeo competition, her second StormFlower perfume and also through her limited edition chocolate crunch bar sold in Greggs
The Cheryl’s Trust, has been set up to help unemployed and disadvantaged young people living in the North East.
In the future the kind hearted singer is hoping to be able to open the centre’s all across the UK.
Here Cheryl tells us why she set up the trust:
For more info on the work of Cheryl’s Trust and how to donate, visit CherylsTrust.com.