Cheryl has said she thinkgs she has "limited rights" to criticise contestants on The Greatest Dancer.
The star is certainly the best known of the judging panel on the show – the others being Matthew Morrison and Strictly’s Oti Mabuse.
She will be mentoring the dancers alongside her fellow judges, but believes they have far more to offer than her, as they are "more qualified" due Matthew’s experience on Broadway and Oti’s time on Strictly Come Dancing.
Cheryl told The Sun : "They’ve had really long careers in dance and in performing arts.
“Mentoring other people one-on-one like I did on X Factor might help me with the mentality of how things go. But in terms of knowledge and stuff, they’re more than qualified.
"The thing I was probably most experienced with was, I went to summer school at the Royal Ballet when I was nine… and now I’m like 35. So beyond a pas de chat I probably couldn’t tell them much more. I couldn’t tell a ballerina what to do.
“It was a long time ago."
The show is also being hosted by Jordan Banjo, who is another dancer who won Britain’s Got Talent with his troupe, Diversity, as well as Alesha Dixon, who served for a short time as a judge on Strictly after winning the competition with her killer moves.
But Cheryl has also spoken out about her own mentoring group, saying she "Wants to be challenged" by their amazing dance moves.
She added: "I’ve definitely got a diverse group. It’s gonna be fun and I wanna be challenged as well. I don’t want to sit in my comfort zone."
There has also been rumours of feuding between Cheryl and Oti, however these have been quashed by both of the pair, aloong with representatives for the show itself.
Oti told Mirror Online: “I love Cheryl and had a great time filming The Greatest Dancer with her and I can’t wait to see her again soon.”
Meanwhile a spokesman for Cheryl told us: “Cheryl absolutely loves working with Oti and has a brilliant relationship with her.”
A spokesperson for The Greatest Dancer said: “Both Cheryl and Oti have a great relationship and this comes across on screen. There is absolutely no truth to any suggestion they don’t get on.”
The Greatest Dancer starts on Saturday 5 January at 8pm on BBC1.
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