The former Girls Aloud singer sent fans into overdrive yesterday when she shared a teaser clip from the music video of her new song Love Made Me Do It.
In the comeback record — her first track in four years — Cheryl Tweedy, 35, appears to call out her exes.
The mum-of-one sings: “I fall in love with every f*****, I am a dreamer.”
Many have taken Cheryl’s words to be aimed at her most recent ex, One Direction’s Liam Payne, 25.
The former couple — who welcomed son Bear in March 2017 — announced the end of their two-and-a-half year romance in July 2018.
However, Cheryl has set the record straight about just who her words are aimed out, and it turns out Liam isn’t in the firing line.
The notoriously private starlet opened up about her personal life in an interview with singer and online personality Jessie Ware, 34.
Cheryl sat down with Jessie and her mum Helena for the Table Manners podcast.
Revealing her new single couldn’t be about Liam, Tweedy said: “All the music and all the songs that I’ve got ready were done way before we split.
“None of them are about anybody. I wasn’t sat writing a love poem to anyone or about anybody.”
However, while Liam may not be the subject matter of Cheryl’s new song, he didn’t come out of the interview completely unscathed.
“I know what I want in life, but in the romantic area, I am not as evolved ”
When asked by Jessie’s mother Helena how she felt about Liam stepping out with other women after their split, Cheryl said: “I couldn’t give a f***.”
Cheryl went on to say that she’s done with dating, as she’s content with the man in her life — her son Bear.
The songstress told Jessie: “I know what I want in life, but in the romantic area, I am not as evolved. That area has stopped.”
She adamantly continued: “It’s not happening anymore. It’s the end. It’s the end.”
Cheryl last released new music in 2014, and has since been on a hiatus from her pop singer career.
Dishing the truth behind her decision to retreat, Tweddy admitted she did it for her mental health.
Cheryl explained: “I needed it for my sanity. I honestly didn’t know how much I needed it until I did it. I’d just had enough…
“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?’
“I could be doing something I hate doing and feel the same way, so why am I like putting myself through this?”
Meanwhile, Cheryl and Liam are set to share a public reunion of sorts when they both perform at Capital FM’s Jingle Bell Ball next month.
However, there’s a chance their paths may not cross as Liam is set to hit the stage on December 8, with Cheryl doing her thing on December 9.