Former X Factor judge Cheryl Cole is reportedly planning her own tell-all autobiography, following claims from Simon Cowell's book last week.
It was written in an unauthorised biography about Simon, which he helped to contribute to, that the music mogul wanted an affair with Cheryl, and suggested she used people to get what she wanted.
Simon is quoted in the book as saying: "She would come in dressed in her tracksuit and slippers, drop her eyes and play the soulful victim to get around me. She played me. I adored her.”
The Sunday Mirror quote Cheryl as saying: “How could he embarrass me like this? He was an uncle figure to me and to think all along he was trying to hit on me. It’s disgusting and creepy. I’ll never work for that man again.”
The newspaper now claims that Cheryl plans her own book, where she'll write about how Simon persuaded her to dump her husband Ashley Cole and boyfriend Derek Hough.
The tabloid says the book will be published by Harper Collins in November.
“Cheryl’s been thinking about doing this for a long time and has spent months preparing, going through old diaries. She wants no stone left unturned," an insider reveals. “After remaining silent for so long it feels like the right time to speak out.
“She will share all the ins and outs of her marriage breakdown as well as her life as a member of Girls Aloud.
“She won’t be going out to attack people but equally she wants to set the record straight."
A spokesperson refused to comment on the speculation.