Cheryl Cole rides a Razor scooter

Star sports special 'CHEZZA' number plate in new ITV2 reality show.
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Pop star Cheryl Cole is the latest celeb to be pictured on a Razor product.

The Girls Aloud girl and former X-Factor judge took a ride on a vintage Mod inspired Razor with her dancer boyfriend Tre Holloway.

Cheryl made no secret of her ‘strong connection’ to Tre during the episode of her new ITV2 reality show Cheryl: Access All Areas. Apparently, the pair have rarely been pictured in public, so the footage of them on the Razor Pocket Mod electric is likely to delight fans.

It’s another PR coup for Razor’s UK supplier re:creation. One Direction and Little Mix couple Zayn Malik and Perrie Edwards have been photographed on a Razor, while Mailk’s band mate Liam Payne is also a fan of the number one scooter brand.

Katy Fletcher, brand manager for Razor, said: “We’re seeing more and more celebrities demanding Razor as their ride-on of choice to get out and about and have fun backstage. With One Direction and Stooshe already riding the Razor wave, it’s great to see Cheryl having fun on her personalised Pocket Mod.”

Cole’s Razor came complete with personalised ‘CHEZZA’ number plate.

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