Cher Lloyd finds life ''easier'' because she is married and appreciates the consistency of her relationship.
Cher Lloyd finds life ''easier'' because she is married.
The 20-year-old singer - who married Craig Monk in November 2013 after almost two years together - insists their relationship is no different since they tied the knot, but she appreciates having a ''consistent thing'' in her life.
She said: '' I don't think it has [changed being married] we just get on with life together. It is a lot easier for me now because I feel like my life is so hectic, it's nice to have one consistent thing that I know is always going to be there and be supportive and be on that path with me.''
The 'Sirens' singer - who shot to fame after competing on UK TV talent show 'The X Factor' in 2010 - has enjoyed huge success in America, which she thinks is due to her willingness to work hard.
Discussing cracking America on TV show 'Lorraine', she said: ''It's very difficult, I think it's a mixture of luck and hard work really... I think it's really just getting your head down and going for it... You only get back what you put in.''
And while Cher is currently focussed on her music career, she wouldn't say no to trying her hand at acting in the future.
She said: ''I'm not tempted [to go into acting at the moment] I've been very fortunate to get a little bit of interest in that area but I'm completely focussed on my music at the moment but it's something that I wouldn't mind doing later on.''
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