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Cheryl Cole: A Million Lights - Live At The 02

Released on 26 November 2012

Format: DVD | Rating: Exempt from Classification

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Cheryl Cole's performance at the O2 in London is the highlight of her first solo tour ever. Featuring spectacular concert footage, all of her hits, amazing dancers, special effects and guest appearances from Will.i.am and Wretch 32, this is Cheryl at the top of her game as one of the UK's most popular artists. Cheryl's sold over 10 million records, her debut single Fight For This Love going to number 1 in 10 countries. In a further nod of approval, Grammy award winner Adele also performed a live version of Cheryl's chart-topping hit Promise This. Then there's Cheryl's two Brit Nominations, an accolade she's hoping to build on with her latest release. Sonically, A Million Lights draws heavily from Cheryl's preferred R&B playlists--Beyonce and Erykah Badu all on shuffle--whilst also taking off-road trips into the dance tent, as witnessed on offerings from Calvin Harris (Call My Name) and the preferred dub-effects of newbies like Panther (Girl In The Mirror). This DVD will feature the live concert and exclusive behind the scenes footage. Track listing: Act 1 Sexy Den A Mutha Call My Name Girl IN The Mirror Promise This Act 2 Girls Aloud Medley Under The Sun The Flood Act 3 Parachute Last One Standing 3 Words A Million Lights DJ Set Act 4 Ghetto Baby Screw You Fight For This Love Call My Name Extended Remix
  • Cheryl On Tour - interview
  • Behind the Scenes Footage from Life on Tour featuring: Tour Screens Shoot, Newspapers Digging Up Past, On A Jet Plane, Packing Stress, Showtime Ritual, Tour Excitement, Birthday Boy, Wrong Job
actorCheryl Cole
certificateExempt from Classification
directorPaul Caslin
duration1 hour and 33 minutes