No re­union Aloud as Ch­eryl re­leases first sin­gle in years

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CH­ERYL has re­vealed her new sin­gle and said Girls Aloud will not be re­form­ing any time soon.

The Ge­ordie singer, 35, has re­turned to the spot­light with Love Made Me Do It.

She told Cap­i­tal Break­fast the group will not be fol­low­ing in the foot­steps of the Spice Girls.

“We re­formed be­fore and I think there’s a lim­ited amount of times that you can re­form,” she said.

“We had so much fun when we used to tour as Girls Aloud.

“We are older now. We have chil­dren. You can never say never, but I don’t think so right now.”

Ch­eryl, who was pre­vi­ously mar­ried to Ash­ley Cole and Jean-Bernard Fer­nan­dez-Versini, calls her­self a “sucker” in her first new mu­sic in al­most four years.

In the high-en­ergy video, in which she dances in baggy thigh-high boots and a crop top, she sings: “I took the fast lane all of my life, I’ve been a bad girl, I’ve been a good wife. I don’t stop to think, when I go in, I go in.”

Ch­eryl, who re­cently had a twoyear re­la­tion­ship with One Di­rec­tion star Liam Payne, with whom she shares son Bear, says she falls in love with “ev­ery f ***** ” in the song. Fans gave their ver­dict on Twit­ter.

@Jack­GreenCh­eryl wrote: “I’m still not over how much of an amaz­ing come­back this is.”

@AmyLouJablon­ski wrote: “Re­ally want us to get Ch­eryl to num­ber one! Love Made Me Do It is such a good song. It de­serves that top spot.” Some were not so keen. @lt-2190 wrote: “I love Ch­eryl but her new song is aw­ful. It’s one of those an­noy­ing songs that get stuck in your head for the wrong rea­sons.”

The song also de­tails how Ch­eryl’s friends tell her to stop be­cause “they’re the ones who pick the pieces up”, adding: “It’s bad for my health but I just can’t help my­self.” Ch­eryl re­leased her last sin­gle Only Hu­man in early 2015.

She got fans ex­cited by the prospect of her come­back when she deleted all her In­sta­gram posts be­fore re­turn­ing to the plat­form to share two teasers of the mu­sic video.

We are older now. We have chil­dren. You can never say never, but I don’t think so right now

Ch­eryl ar­rives at Global Ra­dio in Le­ices­ter Square, London, to ap­pear on Cap­i­tal Break­fast

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