Despite all the furore surrounding her personal life, it seems the ex-Girls Aloud singer has finally met the man of her dreams in her baby boy.
The Geordie star has revealed how even though she’s back after a four-year break from music, performing isn’t her priority.
The doting mum said in an interview with Hits Radio: “I am definitely a mother first and then performer second. And I'm happy with that.
“It's like my whole world's shifted since I've had him.
“He's the best thing that's going on in my life.”
Cheryl is juggling her return to music with being a single mum since splitting with boyfriend Liam Payne earlier this year.
Talking candidly with the Hits Radio hosts Gethin Jones, Gemma Atkinson and Dave Vitty, Cheryl hinted that past relationships no longer mattered anymore.
“Other things that might have been important, even two, three years ago are just irrelevant now.
“So, it's actually a very good place to be.”
Back with a brand new single and sound, Cheryl has been teasing her first track from her fifth studio, Love Made Me Do It.
As it the airwaves last night, her fans flocked to social media to congratulate the star.
And the tune has already soared into the Top 20 on the UK iTunes chart and is at the top end of the UK’s New Music Friday playlist on Spotify.
However today she confused fans when the video for her new track was taken down – with supporters also baffled by her new look.
The racy video mysteriously disappeared around the same time Cheryl published a tweet about her face having a pillow crease on it during a radio interview on the Capital Breakfast Show.
Her fans questioned her looks on Twitter, unsure exactly what it was about her face that was different.
Cheryl is joining Little Mix, Ellie Goulding, The Vamps, Zara Larsson, Mabel, Rak-Su and James Hype at Hits Radio Live at the Manchester Area on November 25.
Speaking ahead of the gig, Cheryl said: “Manchester's always been one of my favourite arenas to play it. There's always an electric vibe in there. I cannot wait.”
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