Cheryl Fernandez-Versini
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini says she doesn't have time to design a clothing line at the moment but hopes to in the futureAFP / Getty Images

Fashion designer Victoria Beckham may have some competition soon as X Factor judge Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has revealed she has plans to launch her own clothing line.

During her Twitter Q&A using the hashtag #StylingWithCheryl, one fan quizzed the I Don't Care singer on whether she would consider designing her own range, to which she admitted she would "love to".

Perhaps Fernandez-Versini is inspired by former pop star Beckham, who has become a respectable designer in the fashion industry with her sophisticated VB label.

A wide range of celebrities have worn the 41-year-old's designs including Beyonce and Jennifer Lawrence, and her creations are often displayed at Fashion Week shows.

Just like Fernandez-Versini, David Beckham's wife was once a member of a girl group, having started her career in the Spice Girls, and the stars are often compared to one another.

The Twitter Q&A was hosted in aid of Fernandez-Versini's charity, Cheryl's Trust, which is currently running a competition to allow her fans to win a styling session from the singer herself.

Among the hundreds of questions, the Promise This hitmaker was asked what she is looking forward to the most about styling the winner, to which she replied:

Fernandez-Versini is expected to have busy schedule again soon as TV boss Simon Cowell recently confirmed that he would like her to return to The X Factor. He reportedly told The Sun earlier in April: "Cheryl and me are fine."

Shortly after the most recent series finished in December 2014, Fernandez-Versini told The Daily Star that she finds the process of trying to find the next big singer "emotional".

When asked if she would return to the ITV show, she said: "That's a question Simon would have to ask me himself. Then I would have to talk about it because it's been very emotional. You get attached - you try not to but we're human at the end of the day. You can't help but feel the emotion. It's tough. You've probably seen us shrinking week on week."