Girls Aloud star ‘spent £13,000 on cosmetic dentistry’
Pop star Nicola Roberts has reportedly spent £13,000 on improving her smile with the help of cosmetic dentistry.
The Girls Aloud singer took advice from bandmate Cheryl Cole and invested in a full set of dental caps after previously being unhappy with her teeth, the Sun reports.
Roberts recently stepped back into the spotlight with the release of her debut solo single Beat of My Drum, which was widely praised by critics.
Her new teeth may help the performer to feel more confident when she hits the promotional trail for her forthcoming solo album Cinderella's Eyes.
According to the newspaper, her bandmates have jokingly nicknamed the 25-year-old "Gnashers" due to her striking pearly whites.
A source told the publication that Roberts "now feels completely comfortable with her teeth".
The insider added: "As the youngest in the band, all the other girls are really happy that she has finally grown into herself."