The former Girls Aloud singer, 35, sent a prank message to the former Spice Girl, 44, but Posh didn't realise she wasn't being serious.
Former X Factor judge Cheryl, who is a panellist on upcoming BBC One show The Greatest Dancer, will appear on 42-year-old comedian Michael's programme on Friday during which she will be seen taking part in his "Send To All" stunt, according to the Daily Star.
The Love Made Me Do It warbler handed over her phone during the taping of the show for Michael to send messages to people in her contacts list.
The funnyman's message asked the recipients to strip off for an art class so Cheryl could practice her apparent new painting hobby.
A text read: "We can have a good natter and don’t worry I’ll whack the heating up."
And Posh was the only famous friend of Cheryl not to find the words funny, prompting her to simply respond: "Pardon?"
Michael exclaimed with surprise: "It’s one word and a question mark!"
Chezza's other celebrity pals realised she was joking, with Piers Morgan replying: "I thought you’d never ask," and Ginger Spice Geri Horner writing: "I don’t mind you drawing my bottom."
Cheryl was left cringing when her father agreed to pose naked for her.
In a sneak peek from this weekend’s episode, he doesn’t hold back as he writes: “Hi babe! I’m getting private art lessons and my homework this week is life drawing. Would you come round and pose naked for me?
“It’ll only take a few hours, we can have a good natter and don’t worry I’ll whack the heating up. If you’d rather we can position fruit and stuff in front of your naughty bits. Please say yes, need to know tonight!”
Looking mortified Cheryl sat back and watched as he sent it out and it wasn’t long until they got a reply – from her dad.
He replied: “It’s cold up here. I’ll only need a grape!”
Going bright red, Cheryl started laughing hysterically as she told Michael her dad was at home in Newcastle.
Her appearance comes after she hit out critics who slammed her live television performances of her latest single Love Made Me Do It.
The former X Factor judge Cheryl was criticised by some viewers for not singing in tune, and for her fashion choices and raunchy dance moves, such as licking the tattoo on her hand.
She told the Daily Star: “It makes me sad that we really put a lot of focus on to criticism. Just enjoy.
“It’s entertainment, we’re not trying to revolutionise the world.
“People are just trying to entertain you with their talent, with their skill, with their passion.
“I’m just looking forward to watching people shine.”
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