Cheryl was pressured to play ex boyfriend Liam Payne’s single as he texted her whereas she stay on air.
The 35 12 months previous singer co-hosted Nick Grimshaw’s BBC Radio 1 present on Thursday afternoon when she acquired a textual content message from the unlikely listener.
Cheryl and One Direction star Liam, 25, introduced their cut up in July — simply 16 months after the delivery of their son, Bear.
Once Nick introduced that they’d play Liam’s present hit single, Polaroid, Cheryl audibly exhaled.
Nick then let listeners in on the message, saying: “And we’re taking part in Liam Payne not out of alternative however — properly it’s out of alternative, however he has been on to request it Cheryl.”
Cheryl then chipped in: “No, I do love the track. But he did say, ‘Play my track, aha.’”
Showing help for the mom of his baby, Cheryl then revealed that Liam mentioned of the present: “He loves it. Says we’re hilarious and this ought to be a everlasting factor.”
Liam’s public help for Cheryl comes simply days after he tweeted her to congratulate the previous Girls Aloud singer on her new single Love Made Me Do It.
He took to social media to well-wish his ex in entrance of his 32.four million followers, writing: “Congratulations @CherylOfficial in your first launch in four years can’t wait for everybody to listen to the remaining.”
Parachute singer Cheryl responded to his heartwarming request – acknowledging it by liking the put up in entrance of her personal 6.16 million followers.
The help could have come as a shock to followers, as whereas she didn’t title Liam within the track, she did reference ex-lovers in her lyrics simply months after splitting with Liam.
Cheryl’s comeback hit is about her love life as she sings: “Oh my God, I am such a sucker. I fall in love with each f**ker. Oh no I will not apologise.”