Cheryl Cole has named her fourth studio album 'Only Human' as a reminder to herself that she is a ''normal'' person.
Cheryl Cole's new album will be called 'Only Human'.
The 30-year-old pop star, who recently unveiled 'Crazy Stupid Love' as the lead single from her fourth studio album, has confirmed her new record's title and a November release date.
Cheryl says the title is a reminder to herself that she is a ''normal'' person following a crazy two years which saw her release her third album 'A Million Lights', perform a nationwide arena tour, reunite with Girls Aloud for a greatest hits tour and announce her return to TV talent show, 'The X Factor'.
Appearing on 'The Graham Norton Show' - which airs on BBC One tonight (20.06.14) - she explained: ''I was exhausted, I'd had a solo tour and then toured with Girls Aloud so I took a year off to be with my family. It was the first time off I'd had in 10 years - it was a normal time.''
Cheryl is set for another busy year as she has just begun filming auditions for the new series of 'X Factor' and will release 'Crazy Stupid Love' next month. In addition to her musical and TV endeavours, the starlet will also have her own fragrance in shops this summer.
Previously talking about the months ahead, she said: ''The perfume launch in August and the album launch in November. I'm so busy at the moment, I'm just taking things one day at a time.''