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13 January 2012, 10:28 | Updated: 13 January 2012, 10:34
The singer reveals that she listened to track in car with friends.
Cheryl Cole has revealed that she was almost reduced to tears by Jay-Z's new song featuring his baby daughter Blue Ivy Carter.
The Girls Aloud star said she was in her car with friends when she heard the track, which was released just two days after Blue's birth last weekend.
In a message on Twitter, Cheryl wrote: "Omg.. I am in the car w my friends and Jay-Z's track Glory feat B.I.C just came on.
"It is the first time I have heard it.. WOW i am sucking my cheeks in so hard so I do not let a tear out.. #glory"
The track, features several baby noises, presumably from the couple's newborn child, and is credited as featuring B.I.C in reference to the couple's chosen baby name.
Jay-Z and Beyonce wed in a private ceremony back in 2008 and the 'Love On Top' singer announced her pregnancy in August 2011 at the MTV Video Music Awards.
Following several days of rumours it was seemingly confirmed that Beyonce had given birth on Saturday (7th January) after several celebrity friends, including Rihanna and Gwyneth Paltrow, tweeted messages of congratulations to the couple.