Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has poked fun at her Geordie roots in a sketch for Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway.
The singer teamed up with her fellow Newcastle celebrities for their ITV entertainment show, where they make a celebrity behave in an embarrassing way by giving them instructions through an earpiece.
In the I’m A Celebrity… Get Out Of Me Ear segment that will be shown this weekend, Cheryl proves she is game for a laugh by showing a series of estate agents around a house that she is pretending to sell.
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini filmed comedy scenes with Ant and Dec (Ian West/PA)
With each agent who makes a visit, Cheryl goes to her fridge and finds a different bizarre item planted there each time.
Making reference to her coming from Newcastle, two of the times she opens the door she discovers a single bottle of Newcastle Brown Ale, and a fridge stocked entirely with meat and potato pies.
On another trip to the fridge, she finds a framed photo of her X Factor judging nemesis Louis Walsh.
Ant and Dec also guide the star through a romantic dinner with one estate agent as a violinist plays by the table, until she is instructed to shout at the musician: “Knock it off, man!” and send him packing.
The sketch will be shown on Ant and Dec’s Saturday Night Takeaway on March 28 at 7pm.