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27 April 2012, 12:53
The Girls Aloud star speaks to Capital breakfast about her brand new video.
Cheryl Cole has revealed that it rained most of time during the video shoot for her new single 'Call My Name', despite filming it in Los Angeles.
The video was shot earlier this year and a recent teaser showed the star dancing in a huge underground tunnel.
Speaking to Capital FM, Cheryl admitted she had chosen Los Angeles to shoot the video because of its normally sunny climate, but was instead greeted with rain when she arrived.
"The video was supposed to be shot in LA so it would be nice and sunny," she said.
"It was the first time I've ever shot a video outdoors, normally they're inside or on set, and the treatment was written so it would be a really sunny environment and we were supposed to do this really glamorous dance routine as the sun was setting.
"[But] we got there and it peed down with rain, so I brought the Geordie weather with us."
'Call My Name' is the first single to be taken from Cheryl's forthcoming album 'A Million Lights', which is released in June.
You can listen to Cheryl speaking about the video to Capital FM below: