Cheryl Cole and will.i.am suffer injuries after car crash

The pair were involved in the accident yesterday (August 29), but have both taken to Twitter to say that they're fine

Cheryl Cole and will.i.am suffer injuries after car crash

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Cheryl Cole and former Black Eyed Peas mainman will.i.am have been involved in a minor car crash in Los Angeles.

The pair, who have worked together for the past few years on various musical projects, were on their way back from a recording studio when the accident happened yesterday (August 29) in Los Angeles. According to local reports, the rapper was driving a Cadillac, which hit a parked car while Cole was in the front passenger seat.

The rapper suffered a bloody nose and was taken to Cedars-Sinai hospital while Cole was treated at the scene for her injuries.

Both have since taken to Twitter to confirm that they are fine after the incident, with will.i.am writing: "Car accidents are not dope...I'm glad I'm o.k #wiplash", while Cole said: "Don't worry me and @iamwill are fine, promise x."

The rapper's manager Polo Molina also confirmed that he was fine, tweeting: "Just spoke to @iamwill everything is OK. He and Cheryl Cole are both fine. It was a minor fender bender after a long day/night in the studio. They are both OK. A little bit shaken but thankful that no-one got hurt."

Will.i.am and Cole most recently collaborated on her third solo album 'A Million Lights', duetting on a track called 'Craziest Things'.

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