In a new interview with Digital Spy, Cheryl Fernandez-Versini, or simply Cheryl, has revealed that she is OVAH songs about big, fat asses. In the interview, she says, “I just want music to not be so serious and to be pop and to be positive and not to be sexual, to be honest. I’m tired about hearing about people’s big, fat booties – so you’ve got a big, fat arse… whoop whoop.
“I’m not dissing anybody and I enjoy that music as much as the next person but I don’t want to be that, I don’t want to send out that message. I want people to have fun and maybe relate, or maybe be that album they put on at nighttime when your brain gets loud.”
You can read the full interview over on Digital Spy. Cheryl will release her new studio album, Only Human, in the United Kingdom on November 10th. Cheryl’s last studio album, A Million Lights, came in 2012. The album only spawned two singles: the infectious “Call My Name” and “Under the Sun.” The record debuted at number 2 on the UK Album Chart after selling 34,934 copies in its first week on sale.