Cheryl sings about sex as she teases fans with clip of new single

Cheryl sings about sex in a clip from her new solo single.

The former Girls Aloud star took to Twitter to tease fans with a 15-second clip of her sexy new track.

She sings: "Let you put your hands on my body, every time.

"I gave you what you wanted, but when am I gonna get mine?"

Cheryl, who shares son Bear with ex-boyfriend Liam Payne, hasn't released a song since last year's Love Made Me Do It, which didn't bring her as much success as she may have hoped.

Fans are already loving this one though.


And another confessed: "I'm already obsessed."

The single is thought to be the one that leaked earlier this year and left fans convinced she was confessing to relationship problems with Liam, 25.

That comeback song appeared to hint at problems between her and Liam.

Back in April, Cheryl's former bandmate Nicola Roberts shared a video from a recording studio where Cheryl, 35, could be heard singing in the background.

The accidentally leaked song contained the lyrics: "We only got like this 'cause I let you.

"You only got with this 'cause I let you, let you."

Fans had been expecting to hear a clip of new single Let You this week after she posted a video clip of herself in hair and make-up having her look transformed for her new music video.

The Geordie star had ditched the bob she debuted in her last video and gone for some ultra-long extensions instead, with her brunette locks pulled back in a high ponytail.

Chezza also [posted a video of her performing a high-energy dance routine on an abandoned building site, with a a troupe of dancers behind her.

In the video for Love Made me Do It – her first single since welcoming son Bear – Cheryl was sporting a drastically different cropped bob hair cut.

It was Cheryl's raunchy live performances of the song that really got everyone talking, with her licking her hand seductively on X Factor.

What will she pull out the bag this time?

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