One of Cheryl’s X Factor Dresses to be Auctioned Off for Charity

Fans of the Geordie superstar Cheryl will finally have the chance to win a dress worn by the popstar during her first stint as a judge on the ITV singing contest X Factor.

One of the famous dresses worn by the ‘Fight For This Love‘ hitmaker on the 2008 series of the show will be going to auction later this month.

The stunning white gown worn by the former Girls Aloud star on the live shows was designed by Krystof Strozyna, a London-based Polish designer.

The gown was donated to the auction by Cheryl’s mother Joan Callaghan who will also be attending the event this month.

The famous dress will be raising money for The Bubble Foundation and The Great North Children’s Hospital. The fundraising auction will take place on Wednesday the 25th of January from 6pm, and it will be held at the Globe Gallery in Newcastle.

Other items being auctioned off for the charities include: An original painting called Lollipops and amp; 99s by Alexander Millar, tickets to see Boyzlife at the Hilton Newcastle Gateshead, a private box for ten people to see  Cirque Du Soleil show Varekai at the Metro Radio Arena, an original drawing of Sid the Sexist by Simon Donald of Viz, framed photographs by Colin Davison, a print by Richard Phipps and dinner for two at Chaophraya with a two-night stay at Motel One, High Bridge, and a £200 intu Eldon Square gift card.

The event is by invitation only but you can still submit a sealed bid for one of the prizes or bid by telephone during the auction.

For further details email info@whitehotcomms.co.uk

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Written by Laura Klonowski

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