After the premiere of the new single "Love Made Me Do It," Cheryl recorded her return to music in 2018. The singer dumped the last song last week and her song will be held this month, which will be her first live performance in four years. But will Cheryl go to Great Britain in 2019?
In its current formX factor the judge did not announce any plans for the trip, but Bustle contacted the singer's representatives and updated every information as soon as it becomes available. If you can not wait for Cheryl's live concert, you can do it at Hits Radio Live 2018 on Sunday November 25 at the Manchester Arena stadium. The 35-year-old appears in the line-up, which includes such bands as Little Mix, Ellie Goulding, Craig David, X factor 2017 winners, Rak-Su. As previously reported, it will be Cheryl's first appearance since the Girls Aloud star made her hit "Crazy Stupid Love" on British I have Talent in 2014.
Cheryl also has a spectacular return to X factor stage supporting her new single, and very soon. According Expressone source said Cheryl "would pull out all the stops to make sure it was one of her most chatty performances so far," and he continued, "Cheryl has a pencil in November 18. Of course, schedules may change, but now everything is set to this date. "
It seems that the new single is already making waves, and recently it was announced that "Love Made Me Do It" debuted in the first place on the official list of trends. This song is also the first release of Cheryl, released by the new label Beat, and will be the first time with the performer "Fight For This Love", which released the music in the era of streaming. The previous record of the singer "Only Human" was released only four months before the transmission of numbers, which are counted on the charts Official charts. During a speech to Music Week, Jon Barlow, founder of 3 Beat, suggested that fans could expect two new Cheryl singles in early 2019. He said: "We want to make another amazing album with Cheryl and put the album at the end of this process."
In addition to the release of new material, the singer for the first time opened a new look on the subject of motherhood. In an interview for Sunday Times style the vocalist discussed the effects of so-called mummy embarrassment. She said: "I have not experienced this because I have not interviewed (since the Bear was born), so I have no idea but I'm reading about other people ashamed and I think you will get a life, deal with your own children, why do you live in everything?"
Although Cheryl has not yet defined what the new single "Love Made Me Do It" is, speculations have appeared that suggest the song refers to its past relationships. Either way, the song sounds like a blow to me and I wish Cheryl all the luck in the world in this latest musical undertaking.