Cheryl Cole back with third album
Cheryl Cole has announced details of her comeback to the music world.
The former X Factor judge released a shot of herself posing behind a chainmail heart, made up of gold keys, to promote her third album A Million Lights.
Video Games singer Lana Del Rey, her manager Black Eyed Peas star Will.i.am, producers Alex Da Kid and Jim Beanz and newcomers Pantha and HyGrade have all collaborated on the album, recorded in London, New York and LA.
The first single Call My Name, which was written and produced by Calvin Harris, will be released on June 10.
The single gets its first airplay on UK radio this Friday.
"Soooo excited for you to hear Call My Name on the radio this Friday," Cheryl, who has apparently dropped her surname for her new musical releases following the end of her marriage to footballer Ashley, tweeted her fans.
The video, which will get its first airing in May, was filmed in downtown LA.
A Million Lights, which follows her previous solo albums 3 Words and Messy Little Raindrops, will be released on June 18.