Cheryl Fernandez-Versini says her new song 'I Don't Care' ''sums up how she feels'' at the moment.
Cheryl Fernandez-Versini's new single 'I Don't Care' ''sums up how she feels''.
The 31-year-old pop star has opened up about the second single from her upcoming album, which will follow her number one single 'Crazy Stupid Love', revealing she very much relates to it.
She told Capital FM: ''It's called 'I Don't Care', it sums up pretty much how I feel right now. [It's] very pop, but fun pop!''
Cheryl has already filmed the music video for her new track, adding: ''I have just shot the video, it was a lot of fun. It's something I've never done before, I was outdoors.''
The stunning starlet topped the UK singles chart with her comeback song 'Crazy Stupid Love' earlier this year, marking her fourth solo number one.
Cheryl previously announced her fourth album will be called 'Only Human' and is a reminder to herself that despite her crazy life, she's a ''normal'' person.
She said: ''I was exhausted, I'd had a solo tour and then toured with Girls Aloud so I took a year off to be with my family. It was a the first time off I'd had in 10 years - it was a normal time.''
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