Cheryl Jessie Ware Podcast: Singer speaks out on Liam Payne's dating

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Cheryl's love life has been a supply for tabloid fodder and gossip for well over a decade.

The singer also addressed rumours that the song, and the forthcoming album, were about her relationship with Payne.

In comments reported by The Mirror, Cheryl, 35, said she's been struggling with arranging childcare since returning to work, crediting her mum, Joan, and Liam's parents for stepping in.

"Definitely within business, I know what I want and I don't want".

"That area has stopped, that is not happening anymore". It felt like a negative space I was living in and then you get to the point where it's like "What is the point?"

Dropping her surname following the split from her ex-husband, footballer Ashley Cole, the former Girls Aloud singer and platinum-selling solo star returns with a new single, due out this coming Friday.

Cheryl explained: "I needed it for my sanity". Actually, she's not, I'm lying. "I just love love!"

"I wasn't inspired, I was jaded".

"It didn't feel natural for me, and I know a lot of people don't even have that choice, they have to go back to work so I felt like I had such a luxury in being able to have a year with my son".

"All the music and all the songs that I've got ready were done way before we split - none of them are about anybody".

"Love Made Me Do It" will be released November 9th 2018 via 3Beat/Universal.

According to Cheryl, her new single is "something that anyone who's been in love will be able to relate to in some way or another". It's catchy and it's fun.

In one of the lyrics, Cheryl sings: "I fall in love with every [bleeper], I am a dreamer", leading fans to speculate that it was about Liam. "When she started songwriting, she would send things she's done and I'd say, 'That's awesome, I'll have that.' And not long after I had Bear, I was like, 'I love this, I love that, so let's just do it'".

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