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Cheryl Cole, will.i.am in car crash

2012-08-30 09:11
 
Los Angeles - Cheryl Cole and will.i.am were involved in a car accident on Wednesday.

The pair are suffering from whiplash after the fender bender, which occurred after they left a studio following a day of recording, although both were quick to assure fans they are fine.

will.i.am tweeted: "Car accidents are not dope ... I'm glad I'm o.k #wiplash.

"We're fine ...@Cheryl Cole were coming back from the studio but she and I are fine ... just a little #wiplash (sic)."

Cheryl added: "Don't worry me and @iamwill are fine, promise."

'A minor fender bender'


Meanwhile Will's manager Polo Molina revealed he had been in contact with the pair following the accident and they were not hurt.

He wrote on Twitter: "Just spoke to @iamwill everything is OK. He and @cherylcole are both fine. It was a minor fender bender after a long day/night in the studio

"hey everyone. Just spoke to @iamwill and @cherylcole they are both OK. A little bit shaken BUT thankfull that no one got hurt (sic)."

Producer Michael Jurkovac tweeted the pair saying: "@cherylcole @iamwill thank god neither of you got hurt. Worry about those all night studio sessions."

It is unclear exactly how the accident took place.

- BangShowBiz

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