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In the Rankin-directed video, the Girls Aloud singer busts a sexy move and gets touchy feely with her dancer beau Tre Holloway.
The Girls Aloud star sues Blue Orbit Productions for not paying her after she was fired as a judge on the U.S. version of the Simon Cowell-created show even before it premiered.
The Girls Aloud member explores the town and dances with well-dressed men in this retro-inspired music video.
The 'Parachute' singer joins a handful of hunks in seedy tunnels of Los Angeles and breaks into some fierce dance moves.
According to a book by acclaimed author Tom Bower, Cowell was romantically involved with two women in his 'X Factor' judging panel.
Words are, Cheryl also sent a bouquet of flowers to her replacement on 'The X Factor (US)', Nicole Scherzinger, but left out show creator Simon Cowell.
Scherzinger who had served as guest judge several times on the British version is no longer attached as host but will sit among Simon Cowell, L.A. Reid and Paula Abdul instead.
'The reason Simon hasn't said anything is because he has been working to try and make sure she is on the show,' the former 'American Idol' judge's publicist says on Cheryl's uncertain status.
After the axed 'X Factor (US)' judge becomes uncontactable, TV executives reportedly decide to end interest to have her back on the U.K. version of the reality show.
The Girls Aloud star's English accent is said to be one of the factors for the replacement in addition to her lack of chemistry with another judge Paula Abdul.
Simon Cowell is featured in the trailer to explain the show and introduce the other three judges, Paula Abdul, L.A. Reid and Cheryl Cole.
Abdul and Cowell get affectionate at the audition in Los Angeles, the Girls Aloud singer hopes Americans would get to know her, while L.A. Reid states he is 'not the Randy of the panel.'
British singer Cheryl Cole has been confirmed as a judge on the U.S. version of 'The X Factor'.
Though Simon Cowell is believed to have revealed the full line up of the judges, his rep says, 'It's still playing out.'
The former 'American Idol' judge and the Girls Aloud singer are Simon Cowell's choices to accompany him and Antonio 'L.A.' Reid on the judge panel of his new show.