LONDON: Her insurance for the tour is said to be costing £2million so fans have been eagerly anticipating one hell of a show.
And tonight Cheryl Cole proves she is the golden girl of British pop, kicking off her very first solo arena tour in Belfast, reported the Daily Mail on Wednesday.
The Call My Name singer, 29, wowed crowds with an energetic performance and her fans wasted no time in gushing about the impressive show.
Cheryl's on stage outfits, designed by stylist Renelou Padora, highlighted her amazing shape to perfection.
One dramatic number consisted of a plunging golden jumpsuit and heavy gold jewellery for maximum impact.
The shiny garment boasted chains and waves as a pattern and Cheryl nipped in her waist with a brash gold waist-belt.
If that wasn't enough metal the singer also wore a pair of galactic-style gold boots that came up to just above her ankle.
Another outfit consisted of a cropped pink hooded top and a pair of baggy tracksuit bottoms.
But Cheryl owned the sportswear ensemble and the outfit highlighted her enviably flat stomach.
The star did sport two glam looks during the evening, a leather dress with peplum detail and a flowing purple gown with cut-out detail around her stomach.
If Cheryl was suffering from any first night nerves she certainly didn't let them show, storming around the stage oozing attitude.
She even treated fans to a repeat of the now infamous swan dive she performed while singing Call My Name back in May.
And that was despite her day getting off to a less than perfect start.
The singer was thrown when her boyfriend, and backing dancer, Tre Holloway broke his knee just hours before the first show was about to open.
But ever the professional she ensured she didn't let that affect her performance and danced perfectly with her other dancers instead, although she would have no doubt been disappointed he couldn't be involved in the opening.
Whether she was jumping up high with a fierce growl across her face, or grabbing her crotch while dancing, Cheryl cut a bold figure.
She kicked off the show with track Sexy Den A Mutha before performing Call My Name.
And despite missing her band mates Cheryl also paid tribute to Girls Aloud with the The Promise, Biology and Love Machine during the second portion of the show.
In total Cheryl sang 16 tracks before an encore of Call My Name to finish off the show with aplomb.
A source said: 'She was really happy with how it went and even had some drinks with the whole crew afterwards in her dressing room.'
As the show came to a close many fans took to Twitter to give rave reviews of the show.
One fan tweeted: 'I swear she put on one hell of a show one of the best concerts I've been too!!! @cherylcole I love you and thank you for being my idol.'
Another posted: '@CherylCole good night just wanna say one last time you were abbs amazing and you smashed it tonight #IrishSoldierLove #salute #godbless <3x' (sic)
Ahead of the show Cheryl's pal Kimberley Walsh tweeted her support posting: 'Good luck tonight @CherylCole!!! You're gonna be amazing I'm so excited and proud of you! Have an amazing first show #chezzaontour'
The girls have recently got together along with Nicola Roberts, Nadine Coyle and Sarah Harding to record music ahead of their 10 year anniversary.
A source close to Cheryl told MailOnline that the singer was 'nervous beforehand because it was her first show' but was delighted with how it played out and even made time for some celebrations.