Cher Lloyd found it difficult to tell her parents she is settling down in America and buying a home there.
Cher Lloyd found it difficult to tell her parents she is buying a home in America.
The 20-year-old singer - who is married to hairdresser Craig Monk - is planning to settle down in the US but admitted it was difficult telling her parents that she is not coming home.
Speaking to Darryl Morris on The Hits Radio, she said: ''It's kind of weird to not really have anywhere to call home, but that's about to change because I am going to go and buy a house. Yeah and I'm very excited about it. Probably [in] America!
''It's been really difficult to sort of get my head around everything but the thing for me is it's gone so well in America. I'm just not willing to give up that opportunity. I'm just going to go for it and it's been really difficult telling my mum and my dad.
''I'll have to come back, I've got to see my nan, my granddad. I do Skype but it's not the same with my Mum - I know she's having a cup of tea and a cigarette and I'm not really joining her.''
While Cher was quite the pop brat during her rise to fame on 'The X Factor' four years ago and is now embarrassed by her antics, she insists she wouldn't have changed a thing as it has made her who she is today.
She explained: ''I wouldn't say regret; I would say I've learnt. You know, there is a few things that I'm slightly embarrassed about, but what 20-year-old girl wouldn't look back on a 16-year-old self and be like, 'No, she was absolutely fine. She was great.'
''No, we're all embarrassed, young girls get embarrassed about what they've done in the past. I can't watch the 'X Factor' back; it does make me cringe slightly, but I almost was in such a state that I didn't want to do it because I was really sick.
''And it's one of those moments that you look back on and you think, ''I'm not happy with the way that it went necessarily but I'm happy with the outcome. So you can sort of accept it.'''
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