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Cheryl Cole calls on Prince Harry

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CHERYL Cole asked Prince Harry to call her so they can go out on a date.

The Girls Aloud singer admitted that she was single but smiled when asked by television presenter Graham Norton about her plans for love.

She confessed: ''But I would consider Prince Harry.''

While making a telephone gesture on 'The Graham Norton Show', filmed on Thursday night, she added: ''Call me.''

Pop star Katy Perry - also on the BBC1 show to be aired on Friday night - agreed Harry was a ''hot ginger''.

It comes after the prince admitted he ''fancied'' Cheryl - and she admitted having a dream in which she married him and became a princess.

In April, she said: ''I had a dream last night I married Prince Harry and was a real life princess! It's true.''

The 28-year-old 'Call My Name' singer performed at Buckingham Palace with Gary Barlow on Monday for Queen Elizabeth's Diamond Jubilee concert.

Cheryl also said she had made up with Simon Cowell following their rift over being fired from 'The X Factor' USA last year.

She revealed that they first spoke after she blew up an improvised explosive device dressed up as the music mogul while visiting troops in Afghanistan.

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