Cheryl Cole has revealed she ignores critics who want to rubbish her fashion choices or career.
Cheryl Cole doesn't give a "s**t" what people think of her.
The 'Fight for This Love' singer is no longer worried about what others say about her, especially when it comes to her fashion sense.
Talking about the infamous purple flares and orange top she wore to the first audition of the US 'x factor' - which she was later axed from - Cheryl told the Daily Telegraph newspaper: "I couldn't care less what anyone says about the way I look.
"I'm not being funny, but everybody else started wearing orange and purple. It's a fact. I love those trousers. I don't give a s**t if everybody else didn't like them. If anyone believes that [they had anything to do with her sacking from 'X Factor'], then they're even sillier than the person that wrote that."
Cheryl, 28, also revealed how she still holds a grudge against designers who refused to lend clothes to her and her Girls Aloud bandmates when they first enjoyed success.
She said: "To start, it was all on a budget. Some designers wouldn't lend to us, even when we were successful, which was really snobby. I remember who they are."