Take a look at Girls Aloud's Cheryl Cole and Black Eyed Peas' will.i.am when they meet on Vincent Haycock-directed music video for her single '3 Words'.
After being teased through three pictures, Cheryl Cole's "3 Words" music video has finally been brought forward. Directed by Vincent Haycock, it sees the member of Girls Aloud sharing screen with her collaborator Black Eyed Peas' will.i.am.
"3 Words" is the second single from Cheryl's first solo album of the same name. "[It's] my favorite track on the album," said Cheryl when launching the album earlier last month. "It's totally different to anything I've done or liked before."
Cheryl also revealed that the song is inspired by "When Love Takes Over", David Guetta's duet track with Kelly Rowland. "It's one of the tracks on the album I am bursting for people to hear," she shared.
The "3 Words" album itself has been released since October and ruled U.K. Albums chart for two consecutive weeks.
Cheryl Cole's "3 Words" music video