Cher Lloyd's parents aren't expecting anything less than a number one for their daughter's debut single 'Swagger Jagger' next weekend, so much as so that they have a bottle of champagne on ice to celebrate. Mum and dad Dianh and Darren Lloyd said however they were "nervous" as Cher's single is released today.
The 18-year-old's single has seen an overwhelmingly negative reaction from a lot music fans, but with Cher Lloyd's army of dedicated fans getting behind the singer the signs are good for the charts next Sunday.
“We’re nervous and excited,” Cher's mum Dianh Lloyd admitted yesterday. “We’ve got a bottle of champagne and we’re going to open it when a single gets to number one.”
Dad Darren Lloyd added: “We just hope it goes well. We’ve heard predictions for the album but we have not asked about the single.”
And Cher’s parents had nothing but praise for her "brats" - the name of her fans following Simon Cowell's description of the youngster on last year's show. “It’s just nice to know they are there for her,” Darren continued.
Dianh said: “Without her fans, she couldn’t make her music. “It’s all she’s ever done. From the minute she was awake, it was music, music, music.”
Dad Darren recalled "And then she’d then run off to write them down."
Cher Lloyd's Swagger Jagger is out now.
Watch the video for Swagger Jagger below...