Yerevan, 13.December.2018,
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Cheryl to be new face of Childline

Pop star Cheryl has been announced as the new face of the charity Childline.

The ex-Girls Aloud singer will front a campaign film which sees her voice replaced by young people talking about their problems.

It includes a boy too frightened to tell his dad he is gay and a teenage girl who talks about being sexually abused at home.

The charity hopes the former X Factor judge will help bring its work to "a whole new audience".

Founded by Dame Esther Rantzen in 1986, the organisation marked its 30th anniversary earlier this week.

Cheryl said: "As a teenager I was aware of Childline, but like so many others I mistakenly thought it was just for young kids.

"The reality is that it doesn't matter whether you are at primary, secondary school or college, or how big or small your problem is, Childline is there for you."

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