Cheryl Cole Wins "Be Cheryl For A Day" Contest

Funny story written by Skoob1999

Sunday, 31 January 2010

In the world's most amazing coincidence part six, the winner of the 'Be Cheryl Cole For A Day' competition, run by online file-sharing site www.exclusivenudiepics.web turned out to be...Cheryl Cole.

Lucky Cheryl Cole will get the chance to sleep in Cheryl Cole's bed, shag Ashley Cole, cook and eat breakfast with Ashley Cole, rehearse for a solo tour supporting The Black Eyed Peas, watch Chelsea play Hull City in an evening kick-off and shag Ashley Cole in the back of a black cab before going home again to a life of relative normality.

But not everybody is pleased that Cheryl Cole won the 'Be Cheryl Cole For A Day' competition. Twilight star Kristen Stewart slammed the competition as "a dirty rotten fix" and said that even had she won she wouldn't have shagged Ashley because she doesn't fancy him.

Disney teen idol Vanessa Hudgens said that she would have loved to have been Cheryl Cole for a day, in order to find out what it's like to be taller - until somebody pointed out that Cheryl is really only five foot three. Hudgens expressed disappointment that the Geordie warbler was not taller.

Troubled Lindsay Lohan also would have liked to have won the competition as it would have qualified her for day release from the Moorview Institute. Upon finding out that her entry was unsuccessful she carried on scribbling with her crayons on a roll of wallpaper lining.

The competition sponsors, 'Hair Today Gone Tomorrow' were pleased with the response to the competition. Ashley Cole was consoling teammate John Terry following a series of most unfortunate events.

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