Cheryl’s brand new music video was showcased on today’s Good Morning Britain – but she might not be happy with the comments made by the show’s hosts.
GMB gave an exclusive look at the racy video for the former Girls Aloud star’s new track – Let You.
The Geordie singer, 35, goes topless as she cosies up to a hunky mystery man while singing about mistakes she made in her previous relationships.
There was an awkward start to proceedings when presenter Ranvir Singh said if they liked the song they would let it keep going, but a technical error meant it didn’t even start playing.
Ranvir joked: “The director has made a call on this. Cheryl we love it. We’d love you to come on. We’re big fans of you. The director, Stuart, is thinking differently about it.”
Eventually the new music video appeared on screen and got a mixed reception from viewers at home.
GMB presenter Adil Ray was surprised to admit that he was actually a big fan.
However, he couldn’t resist having a dig at some of Cheryl’s back catalogue.
He said: “I quite like that. Compared to some of the recent ones. Haven’t been great. Bit of a summer banger that.”
Producer Naughty Boy, who has been working with the singer on her new music, said the tracks were personal to her.
Cheryl sings: “Let you put your hands on my body, every time.
“I gave you what you wanted, but when am I gonna get mine?”
Could she be referring to one of her exes?
Chezza could be talking about ex-husbands Ashley Cole or Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini, or possibly One Direction star Liam Payne, who is the father of her son Bear.
Minutes before the track’s release, Cheryl wrote an emotional message to fans on Twitter .
She said: “You know what’s crazy? After allllllll these years! It still blows my mind the lengths you guys will go to to support me .. idgi (I don’t get it).”
Cheryl made her long-awaited comeback to music in November last year with Love Made Me Do It.
However, the song failed to reach the top 10 of the official UK charts and peaked at number 19.
*Good Morning Britain airs weekdays on ITV at 6am
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