Maybe Ashley Cole thought he'd got away with cheating on Cheryl Cole but it seems the singer has now made the biggest dig at her ex by writing a song about him in the form of her new single 'Screw You'.
Cole unveiled the new lyric video for the track this morning (September 27) and we have to admit she doesn't hold back in having a go at her ex.
Lyrics in the track include: ''We can't love, not like this. You broke me down, do I even exist? After everything, gave you everything, I lost everything. Love is so lonely now.''
The song, which features rapper Wretch 32, is the third single to be taken from her latest album A Million Lights, which was released back in June.
'Screw You' is the follow-up to her single 'Under The Sun', which peaked at number 13 on the singles chart last month.
The singer will head out on the nine-date jaunt in October to promote her new album A Million Lights.
The tour will kick off at the Capital FM Arena in Nottingham on the 6 and will be calling in at Sheffield, Liverpool and London's O2 Arena.
The Girls Aloud star will play a huge hometown gig at Newcastle's Metro Radio Arena on October 17 and 18.
Cheryl's full UK tour dates are as follows:
Nottingham, Capital FM Arena – October 6
London, O2 Arena – October 7
Sheffield, Motorpoint Arena – October 9
Liverpool, Echo Arena – October 11
Birmingham, LG Arena – October 12
Manchester, Manchester Arena – October 13
Glasgow, SECC – October 15
Newcastle, Metro Radio Arena – October 17, 18
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