London, Oct 1: Singer Cheryl Cole has been reportedly asked to pay 2 million pounds for her insurance if she wants to do dangerous stunts during her upcoming tour.
Cole, 29, wants to impress her audience by doing tough stunts on her upcoming world tour A Million Lights, but the insurance agency has made it clear that the singer will have to cough up a huge sum for her insurance to get the green signal from them.
"Cheryl wants to put on a real Cirque du Soleil-style show and blow away her audience. She's exchanged ideas with choreographers and is keen to push herself to the limit," thesun.co.uk quoted a source as saying.
"Trouble is, that comes at a cost. The more dangerous the stunts, the more she will need to pay in insurance. If she gets injured the whole tour is put in jeopardy," the source added.
Cole is expected to perform at 11 shows in Britain and Ireland.