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11 September 2012, 16:59
The 'Call My Name' star hints that her forthcoming memoirs could upset people.
Cheryl Cole has hinted that some people should be worried about the contents of her upcoming autobiography.
The singer's first ever book is scheduled to be released in October.
Although it has yet to be confirmed, it has been reported that the book will include references to Ashley Cole, the singer's former husband, and The X Factor mogul Simon Cowell.
"I've actually got a lot of stuff to say and things to put straight and it's been a cathartic experience - more than I thought," Cheryl revealed during an interview with This Morning.
"[It's] draining - but really good to just get everything out and on to a piece of paper."
Cheryl Cole's autobiography is due to be released in October:
Asked if anyone should feel worried about the book, Cheryl replied: "Only if they think they should be! If they think they should be then they probably should."
October will also see Cheryl embark on her solo UK arena tour, which will support her third solo album 'A Million Lights'. The album includes the Girls Aloud star's recent single 'Under The Sun'.