It hasn’t been the best couple of months in the career of Cheryl and this may have informed her dress choice for the red carpet photocall for new BBC talent show The Greatest Dancer.
The Geordie singer has been on a publicity drive to place her back in the spotlight but is has so far left her wanting in the shadows.
With a turn on the new BBC talent show in the bag, her appearance for the photocall was always going to where all cameras would be trained.
It seems that the dark days of her music comeback, followed by a panned performance on the X Factor had left her feeling a little less colourful than normal, as she dressed in an all black shiny satin mini dress.
While some thought that she was trying a little too hard to be the star of the show, others on Instagram shared their own thoughts on the former Girls Aloud star’s appearance.
After posting a few pics of her with fellow Greatest Dancer colleagues, show host Alesha Dixon and Strictly’s Oti Mabuse, who will be one of the ‘dance captains’, Cheryl soon got a reaction to her new look.
With long dark straight hair, parted in the middle, along with dark eye make up, it wasn’t long before some of her 3.7 million Instagram followers started making comparisons with member of the Addams family.
One comment hit the nail on the head with, "looking like Morticia there babe."
The mother of The Addams Family was played by the Oscar award winning Anjelica Huston, in the four movies about the creepy clan.
While Cheryl’s look may have received a mixed response, it seems that the BBC may have another dance hit, to follow in the footsteps of Strictly.
There was a lot more love for the show, with those who had watched the auditions sharing their praise for what they watched.
One keen fan commented: "It’s going to be such a success!! Went to half the auditions and the standard got better and better!"
Cheryl will no doubt be hoping that this is the upturn she has been searching for in recent months and gives her a positive place in the public’s eye.
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