Cheryl shows off her daring sense of style in a yellow lace top and quirky red sunglasses as she arrives at BBC Radio 2
Cheryl was once again showing off her daring fashion sense as she arrived at BBC Radio 2 on Saturday.
The British songstress, 35, looked sensational in a semi-sheer yellow lace top and acid wash jeans, as she donned quirky red sunglasses to arrive at the studio in London.
Cheryl has been working tirelessly to promote her newest single Let You following its release last month, and has gone onto insist that the tune is not about her ex Liam Payne, 25.
Chic: Cheryl, 35, was once again showing off her daring fashion sense in a quirky yellow lace top and red sunglasses she arrived at BBC Radio 2 on Saturday
Cheryl’s slender physique took centre stage as she donned the tight yellow lace top with a turtleneck style, and tucked it into the grey acid-wash boyfriend jeans.
Adding an edgy twist to her look, the Girls Aloud alum ditched the typical black sunglasses in favour of a narrow red pair, in a hilarious throwback to Cyclops from the X-Men film series.
Cheryl added some extra height to her petite frame with a pair of nude strapped heels, with her long brunette tresses styled into their famous loose waves.
Revealing: The British songstress looked sensational in the fitted yellow top and grey acid-wash jeans as she arrived at the studio in London
Unusual: Adding an edgy twist to her look, Cheryl ditched the typical black sunglasses in favour of a narrow red pair
Here she comes: The Girls Aloud alum added some height to her petite frame with nude strapped heels as she arrive for an appearance on the rad
Cheryl has been working around the clock to promote her brand new single Let You, following her comeback last year with Love Made Me Do It.
Despite fans’ claims that the song is about her ex Liam due to a music video centred around romance, Cheryl has insisted the song’s origins are far more relatable to fans.
She told the Evening Standard: ‘Even if I received a song, say they wrote a hit and they wanted me to sing it … or Baa Baa green sheep, it doesn’t matter, somebody’s going to say something.
‘I can’t think about it like that or it would hinder the things I want to write about. It’s really annoying. Even previous songs have always been about somebody else and I do get it but it’s just not the case.
Superstar: Cheryl has been working around the clock to promote her brand new single Let You, following her comeback last year with Love Made Me Do It
Hard-working: The star recently insisted that her new track is not about ex Liam Payne, and added she finds it ‘really annoying’ when people make the assumption
Love it: And after welcoming son Bear in March 2017, Cheryl has also recently revealed she won’t release a song unless it gets his seal of approval
Cheryl added: ‘I have a guy in the video with tattoos and they’re like “she’s trying to portray [Liam]”. It’s not. I wrote it with two girlfriend’s about a subject most people can relate to.’
And after welcoming son Bear in March 2017, Cheryl has also recently revealed she won’t release a song unless it gets his seal of approval.
Speaking on Hits Radio, the hitmaker said: ‘He is the bop-master. If he doesn’t bop we don’t release. No pressure, son!
‘He’s a better dancer than I am. He gets down. He’s such a cool little dancer.’
Working girl: Cheryl’s newest single Let You delighted fans when it was released last month, after she co-wrote the track with Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts