Cheryl Fergison, who played Heather Trott on EastEnders from 2007 to 2012, was seen performing outside her local Chinese restaurant in Lancashire after revealing her new career
EastEnders star Cheryl Fergison showed off her incredible vocal talents on the streets of Lancashire.
The former soap opera star, 56, sang heartily as she performed to promote a night out at her local Chinese restaurant.
Cheryl, who starred as the unforgettable Heather Trott on the BBC One soap opera, sang the tunes while playing guitar in the sunshine alongside a Chinese dragon on Cleveley’s high street.
According to The sun.
Lifting the lid on Cheryl’s singing talents, a local resident insisted passers-by were quite shocked to see the former soap star singing songs in the street.
“Everyone was really shocked to see Cheryl singing in the streets, but this is a perfect example of her dedication,” they said.
“She wants to make sure the night is a real hit, so she just gave them a taste of what to expect,” the source added.
But Cheryl has recently made a career out of her amazing singing skills.
In recent weeks, the star has been teaching children singing lessons ahead of her major new role on Netflix.
The much-loved TV personality is set to star in Catherine Tate’s upcoming comedy Hard Cell.
The series is set to premiere on Netflix on April 12.
Prior to the series, Cheryl â who starred in EastEnders from 2007 to 2012 â works as a singing teacher between jobs.
According to The sunthe 56-year-old is offering lessons for Â£60 an hour after being approached by fans.
After announcing her classes on TikTok, Cheryl said, “You’ll have an hour with me where you can choose the topic(s) that interest you.
“It’s important that these 1-2-1 sessions are tailor-made for you.”
Other services offered by the mother-of-one include stage play, screen play, script reading and confidence building.
And for EastEnders fans, she tells students “how a soap opera is put together for your viewing” as well as how she “developed the character of Heather Trott.”
In her one-on-ones, she added that she was also happy to answer any questions about her time on the soap opera as well as any other stage/TV productions she has worked on.