Cheryl Cole is is up for grabs - but her eyes are only set on one man, and she’s waiting for a royal phone call
The singer told BBC One’s The Graham Norton Show that she ‘would consider Prince Harry’ if he asked her out.
Mr Norton said it would be ‘the best wedding ever’ and Cheryl even signalled with her hand along with fellow guest Katy Perry - who said Harry was a 'hot ginger' - for the Prince to call her.

One day your Prince may come: Cheryl Cole signals to Prince Harry to call her - with help from Katy Perry - as she talks about considering dating the royal on the Graham Norton Show
It comes after Prince Harry admitted he 'fancied' Cheryl - and she admitted having a dream in which she married him and became a princess.
She added that she tried her best to ensure was not seen tweeting on stage next to the Queen at Monday’s concert at Buckingham Palace.
‘I actually had to warn him,’ she said. ‘He had the phone out at the stage. I had to warn him: “Put that phone away right now before I kill you”.’

New song: Cheryl also performed during the show
But Cheryl added that she is a big fan of Twitter, saying: ‘I love just being able to talk to people directly. I don’t know what I was doing before.’
She also revealed she has tried to teach Geordie phrases to - and Stevie Wonder asked her at the concert: ‘I love your accent - where are you from?’
Cheryl said: ‘I don’t care what anyone says about my accent', which follows claims she was told to tone down her accent for a U.S. audience to understand.

Sofa guests: Cheryl was joined on Norton's show by Katy Perry and comedian Ross Noble
She said Girls Aloud will be celebrating their 10th anniversary in November, and described their ‘decade in music’ as a ‘massive achievement’.
Cheryl, also performed her new single Call My Name and said she had made up with Simon Cowell following their fallout over X Factor USA last year, although indicated that things had been tense.
She added that they first spoke about the rift after she blew up an improvised explosive device dressed up as Mr Cowell while visiting troops in Afghanistan.

Double act: Cheryl performed at the Queen's Jubilee concert with Gary Barlow...

... watched and cheered on by Prince Harry and his brother Prince William and the Duchess of Cambridge