Its been four long years since Cheryl last treated us to a live performance.
But thats all about to change as the 35-year-old singer heads to Manchester Arena next month.
The former Girls Aloud member has been confirmed to play at Hits Radio Live 2018 on Sunday 25 November alongside a star-studded list of artists including Little Mix, Ellie Goulding, The Vamps, Zara Larsson, Mabel, Rak-Su and James Hype.
It will mark Cheryls first live performance in four years following her rendition of Crazy Stupid Love during the Britains Got Talent final back in 2014.
Known for her lively dance routines and showstopping outfits, fans are said to expect big things and are advised to book early to avoid disappointment.
The performance will tie in with the release of Cheryls comeback track Love Made Me Do It, which is set to hit airwaves on 26 October.
According to a celebrity gossip Twitter page, the damning track was inspired by the stars break up with former One Direction star Liam Payne, 25, which occurred earlier this year after two years of dating.
The song reportedly also draws on other failed romances including her marriages to English footballer Ashley Cole and French restaurateur Jean-Bernard Fernandez-Versini and features lyrics about someone being a sucker who falls in love with every fucker.
It is a very edgy pop-dance track and not a typical song which you would expect from Cheryl, a source told The Sun. Shes not holding back on her feelings and inevitably it will lead to a lot of speculation.
It comes after Liam announced he was delaying the release of his debut album in order for it to reflect his newly-single status.
Hits Radio Live will be presented by the stations Sarah Jane Crawford, who said fans could expect some of pops biggest hitmakers during the huge weekend of live music.
With incredible artists across three cities, the only thing youll be missing is your voice the next day! she added.
Tickets start from £27.75 and are on sale now at hitsradio.co.uk.
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