Cheryl's new single is inspired by her split from Liam Payne.

The 'Fight For This Love' hitmaker is preparing to make her pop comeback with 'Love Made Me Do It' and as well as her recent separation from the 25-year-old star - the father of her 18-month-old son Bear - the singer has also drawn reference to her failed marriages to Ashley Cole and Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini in the song.

A source told The Sun on Sunday newspaper: ''It is a very edgy pop-dance track and not a typical song which you would expect from Cheryl.

''She's not holding back on her feelings and inevitably it will lead to a lot of speculation.''

On the expletive-filled track, Cheryl is said to sing about how she is a ''sucker'' who ''falls in love'' with ''every f***er''.

Meanwhile, Liam recently hinted the break-up with the 35-year-old beauty will feature on his own upcoming new album.

He said of the record: ''I have enough songs for it and was ready to put it out.

''But I kind of feel like some of the songs I'm not ready to put out right now with the way I'm feeling. I don't know.

''To be honest with you, life's took a little bit of a different turn as of late, so I'm kind of going with that turn and being honest with my feelings and stuff.''

And the One Direction hunk hinted it hadn't been his decision to split because it was unexpected.

He said: ''I didn't really expect any of this obviously and it's difficult. I think sometimes people need to remember that behind all those statements and things there are actually people who are going through the same sort of stuff that you go through whether they're famous, rich or whatever they are, it doesn't matter.''