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4 September 2012, 06:43
The 'Under The Sun' singer says it would be "relentless" if she responded to false stories about herself.
Cheryl Cole says she is tired of reading false stories about her life in the press and can no longer bring herself to Google her name online.
The 'Call My Name' singer admits she used to be bothered about the stories written about her back during her early Girls Aloud days, but is no longer interested in readying the "rubbish" that comes out about her career and personal life.
"Why on earth any celebrity would do that to themselves!" Cheryl revealed to Capital, about whether she Googles her own name or reads stories about her. "I used to, definitely, when I was younger.
"When I was first in the group and I was only 19, you really take stuff to heart," the 'Parachute' singer explained. "But if I was to be defending or coming back at some of the stuff that was written about me, I mean, it would be relentless.
Cheryl added: "There is so much rubbish".
It was announced this week that Cheryl's song 'Screw You', featuring UK rapper Wretch 32, will be her next single.
The song follows Cheryl's previous hits 'Call My Name' and 'Under The Sun' from her 2012 album 'A Million Lights'.
Check out a brand new promotional picture of Cheryl Cole below:
Cheryl is currently preparing for her upcoming UK arena your which kicks off in Belfast on 3rd October.
Listen to Cheryl taling to Capital FM about the stories she reads about herself below: