Cheryl Cole to reveal all in explosive autobiography

   Apr 23, 5:43 pm

London, Apr 23 (ANI): Cheryl Cole is planning a tell-all book in which she is going to lift the lid on her life with cheating ex-husband Ashley.

The singer will also be taking aim at Simon Cowell, after it was revealed in an unauthorised autobiography earlier this week the he had secretly wanted to sleep with her all along.

"Simon not only offered her a warming shoulder to cry on, but handed her numbers for respected divorce lawyers, persuading her to get rid and push forward with her career. Yet now she wonders: did he have a vested interest?" the Daily Mail quoted a source as saying.

The singer has branded her former friend 'creepy' for wanting to hit on her during their time on The X Factor judging panel.

The 52-year-old has been rocked by a series of scandals this week after it was revealed investigative journalist Tom Bower has written a tome about the record boss.

In snippets from the book titled, 'Sweet Revenge: The Intimate Life of Simon Cowell', the media mogul reportedly told Bower of his true feelings for Cheryl.

"I would have liked an affair with Cheryl. I felt like a mouse being played by a beautiful cat. She would drop her eyes and play the soulful victim to get around me. She played me," he said.

His comments are said to have outraged Cole and is said to be working on her own book, to be released by Harper Collins in November, revealing all of her thoughts about him.

The Sunday Mirror claims Cole reportedly told a friend: "How could he embarrass me like this? He was an uncle figure to me and to think all along he was trying to hit on me. It's disgusting and creepy." (ANI)

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