Cheryl says she still had a ‘pillow crease’ on her face as shows off new look at Capital Breakfast ShowNovember 9, 2018
CHERYL claimed she had a pillow crease on her face as she showed off her new look as she arrived at the Capital Breakfast show this morning.
The singer’s supporters have questioned her appearance in new music video Love Made Me Do It, claiming she’s done something to her face.
The video, which was released last night, was briefly removed from YouTube this morning due to a technical error.
Writing on Twitter today, Cheryl posted: “Still had a pillow crease on my face this morning for my @CapitalOfficial interview guess that’s what happens when you go to sleep at 2 and wake up at 5:30 thanks everyone who joined me. Love you all .”
While Cheryl insisted there was an unwelcome line on her face, pictures of her at Global House, London, appear to show it crease free.
Turning heads, the mum-of-one wore a T-shirt dress with thigh high flat boots and a bright yellow raincoat.
During her appearance on the show, she opened up about the prospect of Girls Aloud reforming – saying they won’t 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 released her first single in nearly four years at midnight last night, in which she sings how she has “fallen hard like a million times”.
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.”
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The song also details how her 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.”
The singer also dances with black-clad male dancers and shows off a cropped hairstyle as she sings: “Oh my god I’m such a sucker, I fall in love with every f*****. Oh no I won’t apologise.”
She ends the video by winking at the camera and whispering: “And I’d do it again.”
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