CHERYL has snubbed her homeless brother’s desperate pleas for help in favour of rehearsals.
The singer has spent the entire week smiling and dancing with her crew since her brother opened up about living in a tent.
Cheryl took to Instagram to post snaps of herself with her crew in preparation for Mighty Hoopla festival.
The festival, which takes place in Brockwell Park this Saturday, includes Cheryl as a headliner.
The star has been rehearsing hard, posting a snap on Instagram with her backing dancers, captioned: “Hoopla…you ready?! 🎡🎠🌈”.
Earlier this week the 38-year-old beamed as she left a studio after a nine-hour rehearsal.
Ex-Girls Aloud star Cheryl was heard practising her No1 Fight For This Love
Tweedy’s older brother, Andrew, has been living in a tent and begging for handouts on the streets.
Andrew, 41, claims he has not spoken to the pop star for years after she previously gave him £20,000 for drug rehab.
Andrew opened up about his turmoil earlier this week.
He was seen surrounded by bottles of urine in a blue pop up tent, relying on an instant barbecue to cook meals and begging strangers for money.
“With the family I’ve got, I shouldn’t be here,” said Andrew.
Cheryl’s brother Andrew is living in a tent after becoming homeless earlier this year following a relationship breakdown ( Image: nb press ltd)
Speaking to The Sun, Andrew explained: “This is what I’m f***ing living like. I’ve been begging here for more than three months and it’s something that has really broken my heart.
“I’ve got so much f***ing pride. With the family I’ve got, I shouldn’t be here. It’s horrible.
“None of them have contacted me. Even though Cheryl’s not helping me, she’s still my family. She probably won’t even know I’m on the streets, I don’t blame her at all. This is the lowest I’ve ever been.”