Is Cheryl Cole poking fun at Ashley with her new album?

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Thursday, 14 October 2010

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Pop diva Cheryl Cole has been forced to deny rumours that her latest album contains various sexual connotations all poking fun at her previous love Ashley.

Cole's new album is to be titled 'Messy Little Raindrops' which some believe is a dig at Ashley's penchant for shall we say water sports! Following the break up of their marriage a scorned Cheryl told her closest friends about her having to regularly squat over Ashley and do the dirty deed in their bath.

Cole denied the rumours today saying the title refers to her crying at the thought of Ashley's infidelity and nothing more, however one person remains sceptical. A close friend of Cole who wished to remain nameless said 'Cheryl has an image to maintain but behind closed doors she's laughing out loud at her somewhat private joke.'

'Other album titles contain cryptic messages about hers and Ashley's love life such as 'Don't Cry My Baby' referring to the time Ashley dressed up in one of those big pink nappies, white ankle socks and a hat with a bell on it.' She mused 'Cheryl had to feed him a big dummy as he curled up on her lap begging to suckle at her boob!'

'Dress to Impress' is another title apparently referring to the time Cheryl walked in on Ash and caught him dressed in nothing more than one of her red thong knickers.' Her friend went on, 'Ash' became very embarrassed as she shouted at him for stretching her best underwear but later she came to tolerate his habit,'

Needless to say Ash is remaining tight lipped about the rumours so maybe we will never know.

The funny story above is a satire or parody. It is entirely fictitious.

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