Cheryl seems ready to return to the spotlight, having kept a low-profile since the birth of her son Bear in March. The singer, 34, has strongly hinted that she will attend the #Game4Grenfell charity football match next week, asking fans on Twitter: “The #GAME4GRENFELL is taking place on Sep 2nd will I see you there??” The fundraising event would mark Cheryl’s first official public appearance since she became a mum.
While Cheryl has not confirmed her attendance, other celebrities who will defi
nitely make an appearance and take to the football pitch include Jamie Redknapp, Jack Whitehall, Olly Murs, Tinie Tempah, Jamie Dornan, Jarvis Cocker, Danny Jones, Les Ferdinand, David Seaman and Alan Shearer. Peter Crouch is also confirmed to play alongside his childhood friend Gregg Jules, a firefighter who was directly involved in the Grenfell Tower relief effort.
The 90-minute match will take place in the afternoon of Saturday 2nd September at Queens Park Rangers, the closest league ground to Grenfell Tower. The match will be broadcast on Sky with Sky Sports’ Chris Kamara reporting on the day. Tickets for #Game4Grenfell are priced £15 for adults and £5 concessions.
Cheryl has been doing her bit to drum up excitement for the charity match. Earlier this month she shared a photo of the promotional poster, writing: “I love to see people come together for such an important cause! You can come and be part of it.” The busy mum has been taking a break from social media, posting less and less in the past few months, so it was no surprise that her Instagram snap sparked a flurry of comments from her followers. “Cheryl come back,” wrote one, while another asked: “Please new music.”