Pop star Cheryl Fernandez-Versini has opened up about her new track, 'I Don't Care' as she reveals that it ''sums her up''.
''It sums up how I feel'', says Cheryl Fernandez-Versini of her latest single, 'I Don't Care'.
The pop star has revealed her excitement over the release of her second single from her upcoming album because she can particularly relate to it.
Talking to Capital FM, Cheryl explained: ''It's called 'I Don't Care', it sums up pretty much how I feel right now. [It's] very pop, but fun pop!''
The gorgeous singer has already teased her fans with photos from the track's music video, which was shot in Spain.
She added: ''I have just shot the video; it was a lot of fun. It's something I've never done before, I was outdoors.''
'I Don't Care' follows the release of her number one hit song, 'Crazy Stupid Love' which will both appear on her fourth studio album, 'Only Human'.
Cheryl - who recently married her husband Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini after a whirlwind romance - also revealed that the title of the album is a reminder to herself to remember that she is a ''normal'' person despite all the media attention she receives.
She shared: ''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 a the first time off I'd had in 10 years - it was a normal time.''
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