Praised a 'full package', the Girls Aloud star is in discussions to land a role in a one-off show similar to Jonas Brothers' 'Camp Rock'.
British singer Cheryl Cole is in talks to land a role in a Disney TV movie, according to a U.K. report. The Girls Aloud star, who is a judge on Simon Cowell's British talent contest "The X Factor", is reportedly holding discussions with Disney producers to appear in a one-off show, similar to 2008's "Camp Rock", which starred the Jonas Brothers and Demi Lovato.
And executives are hoping to make Cole the next big Disney star, following in the footsteps of Miley Cyrus and Zac Efron, according to Britain's Daily Mirror. A source tells the publication, "Cheryl is the full package. She's got it all - brains (and) beauty. It's unbelievable the level of interest she stirred up in the Disney studios following her recent trips to L.A., where she was making her recent music video."
"That 'Parachute' video with (dancer) Derek Hough, who is massive in the States because of 'Dancing with the Stars', really showed just how graceful and dynamic she can be. From her experiences with Girls Aloud, she can also handle the high energy routines, so the plan is to incorporate her in a show. It's early... but a one-off like 'Camp Rock' would be the way to go."
And Disney star Selena Gomez insists she'd love for the British beauty to be her co-star, gushing, "Oh my goodness, I'd love to work with Cheryl Cole on a Disney show. I've just seen that video 'Parachute'. She is beautiful. I'd love to."