Perrie Edwards’ New Single With Band Little Mix Cutting Lyrics About Her Ex Zayn Malik

Perrie Edwards' New Single With Band Little Mix Cutting Lyrics About Her Ex Zayn Malik

But after remaining coy on the singer since he dumped her last summer, the LITTLE MIX star is about to reveal exactly how she feels about her cheating ex-fiancé in one of the most epic break-up tracks ever made, which they will perform on next Sunday’s X Factor.

In the explosive girl power anthem Shout Out to My Ex, Perrie appears to claim she faked orgasms in bed with Zayn – and admits she is unsure whether she ever really loved him at all.

And it all comes as she confirms her relationship with Our Girl actor LUKE PASQUALINO– who she was photographed kissing at bandmate LEIGH-ANNE PINNOCK’s 25th birthday party on Saturday night.

Referring to Zayn’s new model girlfriend GIGI HADID on the new track, the Geordie sings: “I hope she gettin’ better sex, Hope she ain’t fakin’ it like I did, babe.”

At another point, Perrie mocks the inking of her face which Zayn had on his bicep, which he has since covered up with another tattoo.

The lyrics continue: “Guess I should say thank you, For the ‘hate yous’ and the tattoos, Oh baby I’m cool by the way, Ain’t sure I loved you anyway.”

The couple got together in 2011 when Little Mix were on the X Factor, but they eventually split in July last year – just months after he quit ONE DIRECTION amid news he had cheated on Perrie while on tour.

I revealed at the time how Perrie had been left devastated when he brutally dumped her by text message, but now she will get her revenge by publicly humiliating him.

Perrie, along with Leigh-Anne, JADE THIRLWALL and JESY NELSON will release the tune straight after Sunday’s performance.

And it will also be included in their fourth album, out next month.

I spoke to the girls about the feisty single over the summer and Jesy revealed it’s her favourite track they’ve ever made.

Jade added: “Shout Out to My Ex is a song that we’re sure loads of people can relate to.

“It’s all about moving on after a relationship ends to bigger and better things, and leaving the past where it should be.”

It’s safe to say these two will definitely never be getting back together.

 

Swati Sharma

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