After releasing a brand new single "Love Made Me Do It", Cheryl rounded off her return to music in 2018. Last week, the singer released her latest song and will perform a song later this month, in which she will be the first live performance in four years. Will Cheryl tour in the United Kingdom in 2019?
As it stands,X Factor the judge did not announce any plans for the tour, but Bustle came to the singer's representatives and will update with any information when available. If you can not wait to hear Cheryl live, you can do it on Hits Radio Live 2018 on Sunday, November 25, at Manchester Arena. The 35-year-old is on a line that includes the likes of Little Blend, Ellie Goulding, Craig David and X Factor 2017 winners, Rak-Su. As we have already reported, this will be Cheryl's first success, as the star Girls Aloud performed her hit "Crazy Stupid Love" on British Got Talent in 2014.
It is expected that Cheryl will spectacularly return to X Factor phase to support her new single, and very much soon. According to the Express, one source claimed that Cheryl will "squeeze out all the stations to make sure that this is one of her most famous performances to date," and continued "Cheryl's November 18 penciled in. Obviously, plans can change now, everything set for that date. "
It seems that the new single is already waves, and recently it has been announced that "Love Made Me Do It" is for the first time in the first place on official trends. The song is also the first to release Cheryl with a new record label, Beat 3, and will for the first time perform the music "Fight For This Love" during the streaming film. Singer's previous record, "Only Man", was only published four months before the numbering numbers counted on the chart, according to Official tickets. While speaking at the Music Week, Jon Barlow, founder of 3 Beata, hinted that fans could look forward to two new Cheryl singles at the beginning of 2019. He said: "What we want to do with Cheryl is to release a series of amazing recordings and put an album at the end of this process. "
In addition to the release of new material, the singer also opened maternity for the first time. In an interview with Sunday Times Style The singer debated the effects of the so-called mummy shame. She said: "I did not experience it because I did not have an interview (since I was born), so I have no idea. But I read about other people who were shameful to my mother and I think they deserve a life, you are dealing with your own children, why Are you interfering with others?
Although Cheryl has not yet determined what is the new single "Love Made Me Do It", these are speculations that suggest that the song is related to its past relationships. Anyway, the song sounds like a hit, and I want Cheryl all the luck in the world with this latest music.