Cheryl Cole has revealed that she takes lip-synching criticism as a compliment. The singer has hit back after thousands of Twitter users suggested she mimed her latest single 'Call My Name' on 'The Voice' finale last week.
Cole, 28, also came under fire for her duet with Gary Barlow at the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Concert, though shrugged off the criticism during an interview with Bbc News, saying, "I take it as a compliment if you think my live vocal sounds so good it must be mimed, I'm happy". It's not the first time that the Girls Aloud singer has been accused of lip-synching, but the Geordie pop-star is only focused on her new album 'A Million Lights', saying, "I had a lot of fun with it.I feel great, I feel really good about the music, I'm in a really good place and I just think it's the best work I've done.Out of the three albums this is the happiest I've been and that can't be a bad thing". The pop star recorded the album in New York, though admitted it's a struggle to be a woman in the music industry at present, saying, "It's a tough industry to be a woman in and I think it's just tough to be a woman in general sometimes - I definitely think it is".
'A Million Lights' - produced by Calvin Harris, Taio Cruz and Will.I.Am - hits shelves on June 18, 2012.