Cheryl Cole debuted her comeback single, Crazy Stupid Love FT Tinie Tempah, on BBC Radio 1’s Breakfast Show.
Cheryl Cole joined Nick Grimshaw on the BBC Radio 1 Breakfast Show this morning (June 2) to debut her new single, Crazy Stupid Love FT Tinie Tempah, to the world.
The former Girls Aloud singer first announced the track, which features British rapper Tinie Tempah, on Instagram last week.
Crazy Stupid Love, which is set for UK release on July 20, will be Cheryl’s first single release in two years, following 2012’s Under The Sun, which peaked at Number 13 on the Official Singles Chart.
Listen to Crazy Stupid Love, below:
In related news, back in March, Cheryl announced that she will be returning as a judge for the 11th series of The X Factor. Cheryl first joined the show in 2008, spending three years on the judging panel before leaving to begin a (short-lived) stint on the US version of the show.
Cheryl Cole has scored eight Official Singles Chart Top 40 singles, with million-seller Fight For This Love (2009), Promise This (2010) and Call My Name (2012) all claiming the Number 1 spot.
The Geordie singer has also had three Official Albums Chart Top 5 albums, with solo debut, 3 Words (2009) and follow up, Messy Little Raindrops (2010) topping the chart.