Thursday , March 30 2023

Cheryl teases X Factor returns while admitting that he could end the music forever


Cheryl teased the future performance of X Factor, presenting a number of four male dancers.

Wearing a T-shirt that is dressed with the words "Strong Bored", the ex-star Girls Aloud gave fans a glimpse at the scene of her rehearsals.

35-year-old is ready to return to X Factor tomorrow to make a new single Love Made Me Do It in the ITV show, where she once guided her to victory.

"Bring my gang tomorrow with me for my performance from … the factor … tune," she insisted the Instagram image.

Chezza's fans told him how excited they were to watch her perform live, but her comeback could not last long after.

Cheryl will be on X Factor on Sunday night

Steaua admitted that she would give up music for her good if her attempt to come back was for the sake of her Bear son, whom she shared with ex Liam Payne.

His first single in the last four years was shot directly at the top of the iTunes chart, but now dropped to number 19.

It also failed to reach Spotify 200.

Now, she told The Guardian: "If the song goes to 80 years [in the charts], it's time to go on with my life.

But he would give up music for Bear's sake

"I will not jump around and I will not spend much time away from my son for that."

She comes after she said she can not wait to get out of her covered clothes sick and back to the studio to work on her new music.

Speaking of Heart North East earlier this week, she said, "It's so exciting, I can not believe I'm back.

"[The fans] have waited so long, have been so patient with me, I am very grateful. "

Her single gave up graphics

When asked what she did to realize it was time for her to return, she added, "Something inside me made me think I'm ready and I have not been so prepared for so long."

She also said she enjoyed "Getting out of my pieces and the shirt with a little sick on her and having someone make my hair and do."

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