Cheryl Cole did not walk out of a Vogue cover shoot, her spokesman has said.
The Girls Aloud singer and judge on The X Factor has posed for the February cover of the fashion magazine, and it was previously reported that she walked out from the shoot.
Heat magazine claimed Cheryl felt ignored by the stylist Bay Garnett.
A source told the magazine: “Bay is a super stylist, really well known in the fashion world, so it was a real coup that she was styling Cheryl. But she and Cheryl didn’t click. Bay had the baby daughter with her and spent a lot of time with her during the shoot, which meant that the assistants had to do most or the styling. Cheryl didn’t take too kindly to this and felt ignored.”
But the Independent reports that this was not the case, and that Cheryl ‘loved’ the shoot.
“She did not walk out, in fact she absolutely loved the shoot. I don’t know where the story has come from. It’s been around for a bit. It’s completely untrue,” he said.
The magazine’s publishers Conde Nast have also denied that Cheryl was unhappy with the photoshoot.