To hear the explicit (swearing) version click HERE (at your own peril if you are underage!)
Talking about the song, Cheryl says:
“I’m a woman now; I’m at that age that things don’t bother me like they used to,”
“I still care about things, but I’ve discovered what’s important to care about, and what’s most definitely not.”
‘I Don’t Care’ will be released on November 9th. Her new album Only Human will also be released in November.
Here is the single artwork:
‘Crazy Stupid Love’ is available to pre-order now on iTunes: http://po.st/CSLyt
Single available on 20th July 2014.
Cheryl shared some exciting news with fans on her instagram last night!
I am so excited to be able to share some music news with you!! My new single Crazy Stupid Love featuring Tinie Tempah is released July 20th!! You can hear it on radio from Monday #CSL
Tune into Radio 1 Breakfast Show with Nick Grimshaw on Monday from 7.45am to hear CC’s new song. You will even be able to pre-order the song at 0:01am Monday morning!
The song sees Cheryl reunited with songwriter Wayne Wilkins who also wrote her million-selling debut ‘Fight For This Love.’
The video for the single, directed by Colin Tilley, will premier on VEVO on 9th June.
‘Crazy Stupid Love’ is the first single taken from Cheryl’s forthcoming as-yet-untitled album which will be released this autumn. For the new record Cheryl has worked with writers and producers ranging from Sia and Greg Kurstin to Nicola Roberts.
She is rumoured to perform on Britain’s Got Talent final on the 7th June.
Cheryl Cole has confirmed the title of a brand new single called ‘Crazy Stupid Love‘, as well as revealing her new studio album will launch in November this year.
Cheryl teased her musical comeback in this week’s issue of Hello magazine revealing, “I have the single ‘Crazy Stupid Love’, so I have to make the video for that, which involves choreography, casting the dancers, rehearsals, approving the idea, then fittings for costumes and hair and make-up, then the filming.”
She also confirmed her perfume ‘StormFlower will be launched in August, being exclusively sold in Selfridges.
“StormFlower means that something is beautiful but tough; it can withstand the rough weather, then blossom. The minute I smelt StormFlower I knew it was the one for me”
Her fourth studio album will be released in November. No title announced as of yet!
Read the rest of the Hello magazine via the digital scans on the forum:
GIRLS Aloud singer Kimberley Walsh, Fame Academy contestant Alistair Griffin and a brass band immortalised by a movie have joined forces to record an anthem for Yorkshire’s Tour de France Grand Départ.
Welcome to Yorkshire, which led the winning bid to bring the Tour de France to Yorkshire, commissioned the singer-songwriter, from Castleton on the North York Moors, to write and perform the official song, which he has recorded with Grimethorpe Colliery Band, which featured in the film Brassed Off, and the Strictly Come Dancing star.
Ms Walsh said the song, titled The Road, was emotional and that people would be able to sing along to it.
She added: “The Grand Départ coming to Yorkshire for the first time ever is an historic moment and whether you love cycling or not, it’s a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
“Being a Yorkshire girl myself means the event has a special resonance with me because it’s my home county and the race will go through my home city of Bradford.”
Mr Griffin said the video accompanying the song would have “a Wuthering Heights feel to it”, showcasing the dramatic countryside.
He said: “When Welcome to Yorkshire first asked me, no was never an option, I was delighted to be asked.”
On Monday evening, Sarah tweeted a cryptic message, and to keep our eyes and ears open
nite gorgeous peeps…important tings goin down tomorrow luv y'all loads!!! Keep ur ears n eyes open!!! Not long now!!! Love u all
— Sarah Harding (@SarahNHarding) January 28, 2014
Her solo PR rep @iedmondson confirmed on Tuesday that she was in the studio. It’s unclear whether she was finishing the last touches to her solo album or still recording it.
Today she shared a picture of her team on instagram
Looking forward to hearing the finished product!
DJ Fresh has revealed that he was “gutted” that his song with Girls Aloud ‘On The Metro’ wasn’t released as a single.
The producer, who co-helmed the song with group member Nicola Roberts, admitted he was annoyed when he discovered it wouldn’t be serviced as a single.
“I’m really gutted it didn’t get released, it’s so annoying,” he told Digital Spy. “It’s basically one of those things that’s decided by people that sit in record label offices and determine what we’re all going to hear on the radio every day.
“Who is it that gives these guys the power? They’re not always right.”
He added: “I’m not dissing anyone in particular with that track, but it’s amazing that one or two people in a boardroom determine what’s going to be released and what isn’t.”
Asked if he would work on any of the Girls Aloud members’ solo projects, he said: “I’d love to work with any of the Girls Aloud girls solo. I didn’t meet Nadine, but I’d love to as the others were all really sweet.
“For me, Nicola felt like the most driving force from a writing point of view, so doing something with her would be great.”
‘On The Metro’ featured on Girls Aloud’s greatest hits album Ten. Meanwhile DJ Fresh releases his new single ‘Earthquake’ on August 18.
Kimberley Walsh has released her brand new solo single ‘One Day I’ll Fly Away’ this week!
You can purchase from the following places:
- iTunes http://tinyurl.com/iTunesFLY
- Play.com http://tinyurl.com/PlayFLY
- Amazon http://tinyurl.com/b8o5c9e
‘One Day I’ll Fly Away’ was the first song to be recorded for Kimberley’s debut solo album, Centre Stage.
The song is currently #1 on the iTunes Vocal chart.
The music video, which was filmed in one day at Pinewood Studios, is currently not available, but you can view some behind the scenes shots from the video shoot below.