Cher Lloyd - Cher Lloyd Apologises To Cheryl Cole
Cher Lloyd has apologised for offending Cheryl Cole with her ''little joke'' that her former mentor cannot sing live.
Cher Lloyd has apologised for suggesting Cheryl Cole cannot sing live.
The 'Swagger Jagger' hitmaker insists she was just making a "little joke" when she accused the 'Parachute' singer - who was her mentor on the 2010 series of 'The X Factor' - of miming and relying on computer auto-tuning to perfect her vocals and says she didn't mean to offend the star.
Speaking on TV show 'Daybreak', she said: "Basically, I said something on radio that I shouldn't have said and it wasn't intended to sound as bad as it did.
"All I was saying was that I would love to perform with her live and then I made a little joke.
"I want to say sorry to her if she found that offensive. At the end of the day, she was the person who got me where I am today. If it wasn't for her, I wouldn't be where I was.
"I'm in the public eye now so word vomit isn't good."
Cher's apology comes after Cheryl slammed her on twitter over her original remarks.
Cheryl tweeted: "Be careful who you kick on your way up... They kick you twice as hard on your way back down. "Unappreciation is ugly."
The 18-year-old singer had taken a swipe at her former mentor when asked if she would consider performing live with her.
She replied: "Maybe, if she'd sing live with me."
And when questioned if the prospect of singing live could be a difficult one for the 'Promise This' singer, Cher replied: "Well it is nowadays, when you haven't got the nifty little button to press!"
But when asked if she was talking about autotune she laughed and sarcastically replied: "What, oh no? Never, never ever!"