Cheryl has opened up about about her failed romance with Liam Payne and admitted she’s still struggling to cope after their split.
The former Girls Aloud star, 35, said she’s still friends with her ex but she’s "working on being ok".
In a chat with the Mail Online , the mum-of-one said she hated the lows that come after a relationship breaks up.
She said: "I hate the lows… I hate the lows. It’s kind of one of the things that makes us not want to get into a relationship.
"Nothing quite makes you feel like that, does it? Nothing else.
"And I know you have to take the highs with the lows, so I’m working on being OK with that, but at the moment, I just don’t need it. I don’t want it."
She went on to insist there’s "no animosity whatsoever" with Liam.
Cheryl explained: "We are learning all the time. And it’s good, it’s healthy.
"We’re just like any other couple that have gone through this, but we have a few more eyes watching us… Just a few."
However, the singer is adamant she’s not looking to start dating again any time soon.
She said: "I wouldn’t say I’ve given up on love. I love, love. But I have paused my relationship goals
"All is well. I’m just going with the flow, but I have no plans to meet anybody anytime soon."
Cheryl and Liam split last summer after two years together. They are parents to a son, Bear, who was born in 2016.
During the interview Cheryl also opened up about her struggle with loneliness.
When asked about her former nemesis Lily Allen’s remarks about feeling "lost and lonely" in the public eye, Cheryl sympathised.
She said: "I understand it. It was different for me because for the first seven years of fame, I was surrounded by four other girls, so we were never lonely…
"There have been times where you come off stage, you are rushing to get out past the traffic. You get into the hotel room.
"Your eyes are still ringing from being on stage and it’s deadly silent and it’s just you in your dressing gown. You’re on a high still, so your body is full of adrenaline.
"I know a lot of people who suffer with that in the public eye."
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