Cheryl's revenge

Ashley Cole will be cringing into his cornflakes today, with the news that he has inspired some of the cheesiest rhyming couplets in pop music, telling the story of his infidelities, and the (sob) hurt that he caused. Now, we love Cheryl, that much is obvious, however, had we handed a poem which uses 'cheatin', leavin', believin' to our primary school English teacher, we would have been sent away with a clip round the ear and a big F for our trouble. We would not have put it into a song, and then crossed our fingers for a hit. Though, we're sure it will be...

According to The Daily Mail at least one of the tracks is about love-rat nonpareil Ashley Cole, '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.'

Cheryl certainly seems enthused about the new album (well we suppose she would, wouldn't she?), saying, 'I want people to be like, 'Wow, I really, really enjoy this album', so I'm not going to put anything out until I feel like that.

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