By SARAH FITZMAURICE
Straight down the line: Cheryl Cole kept her style simple in stripes as she left the BBC studios today
Over the weekend she took to the stage in an elaborate 'sexy genie' ensemble.
But when she's not performing Cheryl Cole has been sporting a simple style and was seen stepping out in stripes earlier today.
The 28-year-old was seen leaving the BBC studios in a white dress with pink and black lines.
Cheryl added fruity accessories in the form of apple-shaped earrings, which she was seen wearing on the X Factor in 2010.
The Call My Name singer was at the studio to pre-record a Radio Two interview.
The singer recently revealed her pet dog Buster is gay.
Busy lady: Cheryl was at the studios to pre-record a Radio Two interview
Fruity fashion sense: Cheryl was seen wearing a pair of apple earrings the same ones she wore in 2010
Speaking to Attitude magazine Cheryl said: 'I have two chihuahuas, Buster and Coco, and I have two Jack Russells.'
'Buster is definitely gay. He loves the other boys.'
Cheryl, who performed her new track Call My Name on The Voice over the weekend after a hiatus from the stage, also spoke to the gay magazine about X Factor.
Simon Cowell drafted the Geordie star as a judge for the initial series of X Factor in the US, but she was replaced by Nicole Scherinzger after just a few days on the job.
Puppy love: Cheryl Cole has revealed her dog Buster is gay
Dog mad: Cheryl, who has four dogs, said the X Factor 'can drive anyone mental' in the interview with Altitude magazine
She said: 'That show can drive anybody mental.'
But Cheryl still remained tight lipped on how she feels about the sacking.
'I haven’t said anything about X Factor USA from that day to this.'