Hexed 'Oversight Of Filth' hidden meaning in Cheryl's Brit Awards song

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Tuesday, 16 February 2010

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London - (Three Words): Is there a hexed secret message in Cheryl Cole's Brits song Fight For This Love?

A simple rearrangement of the title reveals Oversight Of Filth - a spooky commentary on latest twists in her rocky marriage woes?

The Girls Aloud star will be singing her No 1 hit single at the Brit Awards tonight in the face of an avalanche of lurid tabloid headlines.

Pals have rallied round and blamed predatory sluts for the latest round of sordid sex texts on husband Ashley's mobile phone.

Last year Cheryl's girl band won the Brits 2009 Best British Single for their single The Promise - which roughly translated become I'm The Poser.

Simon Cowell = Lemon! I scowl

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