After revealing that "Love Made Me Do It" was NOT about Liam Payne, all eyes were on her first live performance on the X Factor, only for a lot of the United Kingdom tabloids to widely report it was 'too x-rated.' Oh please.
Cheryl has broken her silence after taking to the stage on Sunday night's The X Factor to perform her comeback single Love Made Me Do It.
Several articles have been written about the singer since her performance on the show.
She said that she made a decision to seek help "because I don't want the baby to feel that, and I don't want to feel stressed as a mam". Me personally, my music and performances are never going to be for everyone.
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"This level of relentless abuse should not be tolerated in any walk of life". It also gives the trolls a bigger voice and platform.
Describing what she sees as a hypocrisy in the media, she continued: "What surprises me is that some of these people are the first to write that we should be more socially aware and conscious of online bullying and mental health awareness".
She ended her post thanking her fans for "being strong minded enough to not be influenced by the negativity", and added a note at the end of her message saying: "PS..." The former X Factor judge was joined by X Factor winners Rak-Su and Naughty Boy - who posted the image on his Instagram account. Pic on right was me before I just happened to sit down. It's not my nature.
Cheryl, who rose to fame as part of girl group Girls Aloud after winning Popstars: The Rivals in 2002, and ex-partner Liam Payne, 25, became first-time parents in March past year to a baby boy they named Bear.