Singer Cheryl Tweedy of the chart topping pop band Girls Aloud has denied an alleged racial attack on a nightclub attendant.
Cheryl Twedy appeared on the ITV show Pop Stars: The Rivals
Miss Tweedy, 19, of Heaton, Newcastle, appeared before Guildford magistrates in Surrey on Friday.
She is accused of a racially aggravated assault on 39-year-old toilet attendant and part-time law student Sophie Amogbokpa.
The alleged attack is said to have happened at The Drink nightclub in Guildford, Surrey, on 11 January this year.
The singer, a member of the girl band created from the ITV show Pop Stars: The Rivals, has always denied the allegations.
The case was adjourned for a committal hearing at Ms Tweedy's request on 4 June.
She was released on conditional bail.