'So happy I finally get to show you!' Cheryl Cole unveils new album artwork and tracklisting
23:53 GMT, 24 May 2012
Cheryl Cole has unveiled the cover art for her upcoming album a Million Lights.
The singer whet fans' appetites by also revealing the tracklisting for the album, which will be released on June 18.
A million Lights will feature tracks produced by Calvin Harris, Naughty Boy, Eminem collaborator Alex Da Kid, Beema Boys and Jim Beanz.
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The artwork shows the Call My Name star gazing at the camera from between her fingers, with simply 'Cheryl' up in lights.
Cole has recently said she can't wait for fans to hear the new songs, as she had been working on them for so long.
A Million Lights tracklisting
1. 'Under The Sun'
2. 'Call My Name'
3. 'Craziest Things'
4. 'Girl In The Mirror'
5. 'A Million Lights'
6. 'Screw You'
7. 'Love Killer'
8. 'Ghetto Baby'
9. 'Sexy Den A Mutha'
10. 'Mechanics of the Heart'
11. 'All Is Fair'
She told radio station Capital FM: 'The album, yeah, is that weird – playing it on repeat
'I want to share it now. I've had some of the songs for a year or longer.'
One track, 'Craziest Things', feature's Cheryl's manager, Black Eyed Peas star will.i.am. It reportedly describes 'the story of a couple in a volatile relationship.'
Revealing the track listing for the album earlier on Thursday, Cheryl Tweeted: “Sooo Happy I FINALLY get to show you the Album Artwork.. You like 😀 #AMillionLights.. Booyyaa.. (sic).'
She was also forced to deny this week that she is being lined up to be the fourth judge on American Idol.
Cheryl – who was famously axed from the US version of The X Factor last year after just four episodes – was said to be wanted by producers of the show to join Randy Jackson and Steven Tyler on the panel.
Producers had reportedly made Cheryl a multi-million dollar offer to join the show – the direct rival of The X Factor USA but she has thoroughly DENIED the rumours saying there is 'no truth to it' whatsoever.
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A source told the New York Post newspaper: 'It will be interesting to see how Jennifer Lopez deals with another beautiful woman sitting alongside her.'
It was also claimed that Cheryl, 28, could actually replace Jennifer, who has recently hinted she may quit the show after two years on the panel.
The mother-of-two told the Ellen DeGeneres show; 'Now this is my second year – I don't know if I can go for a third year. I miss doing other things.
'It really does lock you down, which was nice the first year with the babies being three, but now they're getting more mobile, they're about to go into school … so I just don't know.'
Bosses were said to be willing to pay Cheryl in the region of $5m to $10m, compared to Jennifer's $15m to $20m.
Cheryl – who worked on the UK X Factor for three series, with her acts winning twice – was dumped from the US X Factor by boss Simon Cowell after he claimed she didn't look comfortable in her new role.
She was replaced by Nicole Scherzinger, who was axed by Simon after the first series.