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24 March 2013, 11:23
The 'Under The Sun' singer confirmed she wants to rest for a while after a hectic year of promotion and touring.
Cheryl Cole is reportedly planning to take a break from the spotlight following the announcement that Girls Aloud have broken up.
The 'Call My Name' singer and her four bandmates confirmed that the band have now gone their separate ways, after finishing their 'Ten' UK tour earlier this week, and Cheryl has tweeted to say she wants to "take some time now to rest and recover".
"Cheryl's a trouper when it comes to her work commitments and love nothing more than making music and getting up on stage," a source told the Sunday Mirror "But she feels now that she needs a break and on opportunity to recharge her batteries as she's barely had any time off.
"From the moment she released 'Call My Name' in May 2012 she was thrown back into promotional duties and toured second album 'A Million Lights' around the UK and Ireland in October.
"Now the [Girls Aloud] tour has finished Cheryl's planning to take time out and disappear from the limelight," she added. "She's in no rush to record a new album and has ruled out rejoined The X Factor panel.
The source claims 'Under The Sun' singer Cheryl is now planning to spend time out in Los Angeles with her man Tre Holloway, who she has been with for the past year.
"She may even do some travelling with him and spend some time seeing the world," they added.
Check out a picture of Cheryl on the 'Ten' reunion tour last week below (Credit: Xposure):
In her first tweet since 'Something New' singers Girls Aloud announced their split, Cheryl confirmed rumours she will be taking some time off after a busy past six months.
"This is the first time I have slept for more than 2 hrs in 4 days and I still don't feel human!" Cheryl tweeted on Saturday (23rd March). "I'm gonna take some time now to rest and recover. I need some doggy love, family, friends & loved ones."
Girls Aloud will release a box set collection of all their albums this coming May to mark the end of their time together.