Ooh. So it sounds like Cheryl‘s got an interesting new project coming up.
The 33-year-old is set to take part in Who Do You Think You Are?, the BBC documentary that traces celebrities’ family trees.
The show’s already been filmed, so what does Cheryl find out about her ancestors?
Well, it turns out that her great-great-great-grandfather was a WWI hero, who fought in one of the key battles of the conflict.
She’ll also discover that she’s linked to another person who’s appeared in the media in recent years. Hmmm… who could that be?
Executive Producer Colette Flight says: ‘Who Do You Think You Are? is back with another brilliant line-up of much-loved stars, uncovering hidden history by bringing their ancestors to life.
‘As we follow our celebrities on their personal journey into their family trees, an extraordinary range of incredible stories are revealed, sometimes tragic, sometimes funny, but always compelling.’
BBC specialist factual boss Tom McDonald adds: ‘This year’s series spans centuries of history and crosses continents to unearth extraordinary genealogical revelations for some of the UK’s most beloved actors, performers and presenters.’
Cheryl has previously spoken about her admiration for those in the armed services.
She flew out to visit troops at Camp Bastion, Afghanistan in 2011 to mark 10 years of British operations in the country.
At the time, she said: ‘I always had admiration for what the guys do out here, but seeing them here at work is awe-inspiring.
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‘I’m delighted to be here to recognise all the hard work they do. Every one of them is a hero in my book.’
We’re sure she’s added her great-great-great-grandfather to that book now.