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30 April 2012, 10:23
The Girls Aloud star borrows a quote from a French philosopher in the latest clip from her new video.
Cheryl Cole has unveiled a second teaser for the video to her new single 'Call My Name'.
The extended clip once again shows the Girls Aloud star walking in an underground tunnel in Los Angeles.
The visual also includes a message from French philosopher Marquis de Sade, which reads: "The only way to a woman's heart is along the path of torment."
Last week, Cheryl told Capital FM that she was forced to battle against unseasonal rain during the video shoot.
"The video was supposed to be shot in LA so it would be nice and sunny," she said.
Watch Cheryl's new video teaser below:
"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', which was produced by Calvin Harris, is the first single to be taken from Cheryl's forthcoming album 'A Millions Lights', which is released on 18th June.