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Will.i.am offers Cole use of mansion 

added: 25 Apr 2013 // by: Music-News.com Newsdesk 

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Will.i.am has offered Cheryl Cole the use of his L.A. mansion.

The Sun reports that the Black Eyed Peas singer has told Cheryl she can stay in his multi-million dollar home while she goes house hunting in Los Angeles.

The plush home, which is situated in the trendy Los Feliz area of the city, includes a state of the art recording studio and infinity pool.

'Will likes to make sure Cheryl's being looked after in LA,' a source told The Sun. 'He's not around over the summer and would rather the place is lived in than left empty.'

If Cheryl accepts Will.i.am's offer, she will also have the full use of his staff, according to the newspaper.

Cheryl's former Girls Aloud band mate Sarah Harding recently confirmed that the former U.S. X Factor coach would be relocating to the U.S. with her dancer boyfriend Tre Holloway.

'I'm going to miss her,' Sarah told Look magazine. 'But I'm probably going to go out there at some point this year, so hopefully we'll catch up then. Tre is lovely.'

Will.i.am acts as Cheryl's manager, and the star recently revealed he had been the catalyst behind her decision to leave her band Girls Aloud in favour of a solo career.

'Being in a girl group for so many years, it was like seven years we were together and I was surrounded by friends, it's like a comfort blanket,' Cheryl told MSN. 'It's not just you alone. So in terms of going solo, I hadn't really considered it until Will planted the seed. He could see in me what I hadn't seen yet.

'And I've learned a lot from him, he's a very, very wise character. He's been in the industry for a long, long time, so I trusted his instinct and opinion.'

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