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Cheryl's first solo headline gig: The fans' reaction
4 October 2012
Last updated at 10:23
As the singer performs her first ever solo concert Belfast, hear the fans' verdict from outside the arena.
Michael Hope and Stephen Edgar, 18, from Belfast had a great night at the concert. Stephen said: "It was a fantastic first show." Michael said he would have loved it if her bandmate Nadine Coyle had come on the stage.
Rachel McDonald, Dervla Quinn, Sarah Nugent and Jana Corrigan all from Pomeroy in County Tyrone loved the show. Rachel, 16, said: "Cheryl was an unreal dancer."
Chris Drain from Belfast went to see Cheryl arriving at the airport. He had his picture taken with her and spoke about the show. "She said she was really nervous about the show and it was going to be a big night for her as it was her first one."
Jordan Edgar and Danielle O'Donoghue, both 17 and from Belfast, had a great time at the show. Jordan said: "It was the best show ever, it was just absolutely amazing."
Outside the arena Newsbeat met some fans who had been given free tickets to the show. Sarah Melville-Watson, 24, from Newtonabbey and Ziggy Booth, 21, from Bangor said they enjoyed the show but were glad they didn't have to pay.
Katie Spraggon from Newcastle travelled all the way to Belfast to support her "Geordie lass" on the first night of her tour. "Up the toon," she said.
Andrew Finn, 21, from Ballymena went to the show with Joanne Hall and Paula Bradshaw. Andrew said it was the best concert he had ever been to while Joanne said she was surprised as she had low expectations.
The hand that touched Cheryl. When Cheryl came down into the audience she grabbed Tina Conlan's hand. The west Belfast girl said: "Cheryl is even hotter in real life."
Ruth McClellan from Ballyclare has seen Girls Aloud at the Odyssey quite a few times but she thought she held her own at her first solo gig.
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