Girls Aloud star Cheryl Cole has said that she is concerned that her singing voice may have been damaged by her recent battle with malaria, a report has claimed.
Sources claimed that the 27-year-old "lost her voice" for a period of five days earlier this month while in hospital fighting against the deadly disease.
An insider told a tabloid newspaper that the X Factor judge is worried that she might not be able to sing as well as she could before contracting malaria.
A source told The Sun that the Geordie lass has been drinking hot water with honey, cinnamon and lemon to soothe her damaged vocal cords.
The insider revealed: "Doctors have told her that it will come back, but she's full of worry."
Simon Cowell recently confirmed that Cheryl was on the road to making a complete recovery from the illness.
The entertainment mogul told GMTV that he had been talking to Cole via text message.
He said: "The worst is over. The texts are getting increasingly feisty so she is on the mend."
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