The Greatest Dancer judge did not look too happy on tonight’s show after she was savagely mocked by co-presenter, Jordan Banjo.
Cheryl became the target of the professional dancer’s joke after last week’s show saw her continuously burst into tears following some of the group’s incredible performances.
After the audience had finished applauding, the Diversity star turned on the 35-year-old beauty and said: “If last week is anything to go by we’re guaranteed three things tonight.
“Awesome performances, unbelievable energy, and floods of tears from Cheryl.”
Cheryl did not look to happy about the cheeky dig, which had the audience in fits of laughter.
But thankfully, co-host Alesha Dixon was on hand to offer her some sympathy.
“Oh darling”, she cooed.
Elsewhere on the show, viewers watched as Cheryl helped her remaining act get into character for their performance of a piece based on Marilyn Monroe.
The hot mum-of-one showed off her fun side in behind the scenes footage as she playfully danced along with the group before encouraging them to show the negative sides of Marilyn’s fame.
Cheryl admitted she felt “confident but nervous” ahead of their performance, which went down a treat with the audience.
However, all was forgotten about between her and Jordan just moments later in the show, when Cheryl’s ex, Liam Payne made a surprise appearance.
The 25-year-old former One Directioner, who is the father of Cheryl’s son Bear, popped up on the screen during Frowbacks performance to wish them good luck.
As a shocked Cheryl looked on, he asked “Chezza” to pass the phone to the lads so he could give them some encouraging words.
She begrudgingly handed over her phone before making some very angry expressions at the camera while the audience gasped.
But it turns out that Cheryl had set up the whole thing, proving that she’s still good pals with Liam, who is rumoured to be dating model Naomi Campbell.
The Greatest Dancer airs Saturdays on BBC One at 7.35pm