She finally comments on the rumours that have been circling in the press.
As headlines continue to focus on the alleged rocky relationship of Cheryl Tweedy and Liam Payne, the former has been busy with her charity work. She actually touched on the rumours recently in an television interview, though it's impossible to tell what's really going on.
Cheryl Tweedy at the Cheryl Trust Centre in Newcastle
The 34-year-old managed to skirt round any questions regarding her private life as she gave an interview on the BBC Breakfast show via video link where she was opening her new Cheryl's Trust Centre in Newcastle as part of The Prince's Trust foundation.
Continue reading: 'It Doesn't Bother Me': Cheryl Tweedy Breaks Silence On Split Rumours
The media suspect that their relationship is currently extremely strained.
Over the last couple of weeks, there have been a number of tabloid stories regarding the solidarity of Liam Payne and Cheryl Tweedy's relationship, suggesting that they are on the verge of a break-up because they've been spending too much time apart. So much for being secretly engaged!
Liam Payne at the Kiss FM studios
It is alleged that 24-year-old Liam has been spending increasing lengths of time away from his 34-year-old partner and their 11-month-old son Bear recently, as he opts for showbiz events over cosy nights in and completes work on his debut solo album - not to mention promoting his work on the 'Fifty Shades' soundtrack with Rita Ora.
Continue reading: Are Liam Payne And Cheryl Tweedy On The Verge Of A Break-Up?
British star Rita Ora has given her fans a behind-the-scenes look at her latest music video.
Rita Ora has given fans a behind-the-scenes look at her latest music video.
The chart-topping singer - who is due to release her long-awaited second album later this year - has teased the video for the track 'For You', which also features Liam Payne.
In the video clip, Rita is seen wearing a spectacular red dress as she wanders through a rose garden.
Continue reading: Rita Ora Releases Behind-the-scenes Video
British star Liam Payne smoked ''a bunch of cigarettes'' before recording 'Bedroom Floor', Charlie Puth has claimed.
Liam Payne smoked ''a bunch of cigarettes'' before recording 'Bedroom Floor', according to Charlie Puth.
The 24-year-old Brit joined forces with Charlie to record the track and the American singer-songwriter has now revealed the circumstances surrounding 'Bedroom Floor', which Charlie helped to write.
Charlie recalled: ''That was the most fun I had ever had, writing that record. It was with Little Aaron [Aaron Jennings], Noell [Zancanella], J Kash [Jacob Kashner] and Ammar Malik - really, really talented writers. And we were all at Conway, which is a really nice recording studio. And we were all just messing around; nothing was really coming when we were writing.
Continue reading: Liam Payne Smoked 'a Bunch Of Cigarettes' Before Studio Session
Both singers have hinted at a possible collaboration.
Both singers took to their social media on Wednesday to share a teasing snap of them side-by-side looking glamorous in front of a large window, with each captioning the image: ‘#FiftyShadesFreed’.
Liam Payne performing at Y100's iHeartRadio Jingle Ball 2017 at the BB&T Center. Presented by Capital One, the Jingle Ball is an annual music event that is organised in various cities in the US in the run-up to Christmas - Sunrise, Florida, United States - Sunday 17th December 2017
The pop star welcomed baby Bear with boyfriend, Liam Payne, in March this year
From Girls Aloud starlet, to X Factor expert and now to mum, Cheryl Tweedy has indicated her next life move: to have a second child. The singer welcomed baby Bear in March this year with boyfriend and former X Factor contestant, Liam Payne and is reported to be keen on looking to expand her brood already: with a little girl.
Cheryl became a mum earlier this year
According to Closer magazine, the 34-year-old has told pals she wants "four babies by the time she’s 40" and wants a second sibling before the age gap widens and Bear gets any older.
Continue reading: Cheryl Is Keen For A Second Baby Next Year
Liam Payne has admitted he is careful about what he puts in his songs because he doesn't want to upset anyone with his lyrics.
Liam Payne has censored his lyrics for his fans.
The 'Strip That Down' hitmaker admitted he has had to think twice about some of the words and phrases he uses in his songs because he doesn't want to upset or offend anyone.
He said: ''There's been a few lyrics that have come through where I've thought, 'Hmm will that really rock with my fan base?' So I have to be kind of careful.
Continue reading: Liam Payne Censors Songs
Liam Payne at Capital's Jingle Bell Ball with Coca-Cola at London's O2 Arena. Night two of the sell-out event saw performances from chart-topping megastar Ed Sheeran, Taylor Swift, The Chainsmokers, Liam Payne, The Script, Louisa Johnson, Matt Terry, Sigala, James Hype, Mabel, Stefflon Don and Big Shaq. - London, United Kingdom - Sunday 10th December 2017
Liam Payne is pictured at the 2017 102.7 KIIS FM Jingle Ball Presented by Capital One, taking place at The Forum. The event saw performances from the likes of Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, The Chainsmokers, Kesha and others. - Los Angeles, California, United States - Friday 1st December 2017
The singer became part of the five-piece band in 2010
As one fifth of the original One Direction boyband line-up, Liam Payne looked like he had it all as his career started to soar following his appearance on X Factor in 2010. However, the singer has since spoken of his struggle with mental health during his time in the band.
Liam Payne struggled with mental health issues during his time in One Direction
Liam - who welcomed baby son, Bear, into the world with former X Factor judge, Cheryl Tweedy, eight months ago - admitted he struggled to cope with the band’s unprecedented success and forced fake smiles during a number of performances.
Continue reading: Liam Payne Has Opened Up About Mental Health Struggles In One Direction
'Sounds Like Friday Night' is a mixture of music and comedy that's coming to BBC One on October 27th.
More details have been released about the BBC’s new flagship music show, ‘Sounds Like Friday Night’, revealing that Liam Payne and Jason Derulo will be among the first guest hosts and that its first performers will include Liam Gallagher and Jessie Ware.
The show has been billed as a mix-up of ‘Top of the Pops meets Saturday Night Live’, and will include a combination of music and comedy, and appears on BBC One for the first time on October 27th at 7:30pm.
BBC Radio 1’s Greg James and 1Xtra’s A.Dot will be the regular presenters of ‘Sounds Like Friday Night’, with a guest presenter helping to put their own spin on proceedings.
Payne was out for a meal with his parents when a cameraman decided to try to record the private moment.
Liam Payne has detailed the exact moment when he realised that he couldn’t bear life in One Direction any longer – when a clumsy encounter with a cameraman while he was out with his parents for a meal tipped him over the edge.
The 24 year old singer was out with his parents, Geoff and Karen, for dinner when a cameraman, intent on filming the private moment, ended up bumping into his mother and knocking her to the floor. It was at this point that the constant intrusions that come with fame sparked an emotional reaction in Liam.
“I just wanted a burger with my parents,” Payne told the Daily Star on Thursday (October 5th). “I cried my eyes out. I thought, ‘I can’t do this’ and I really hated my life.”
Date of birth
29th August, 1993
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