One song in particular, “Happy Tears", goes straight for love rat ex-husband Ashley's jugular. The lyrics include lines about slashing his tyres, burning his suits, knocking back apologies, blocking calls and selling all her diamonds.
As Cheryl might say: "Divvint mess with me, pet." At first it sounds like a weepy heartbreaker with the opening lines: "I cried when I heard you were cheatin''/I cried when I said I was leavin''/I cried when my heart stopped believin''/But I''m all out of tears." But the chorus explains these are no tears of pain. Oh no. Just "happy tears".
The X Factor judge didn't write the song herself but approved the lyrics. Her debut album, '3 Words", is triple platinum - more than 900,000 copies - and she has sold over 1.5million singles and according to the sources, her latest album is shaping up for a similar success. Her first single from it, “Promise This", is already out, with more pop than bubble wrap.