The 31-year-old singer has revealed she's got a new focus for 2015, and it doesn't sound like it involves sitting on a judging panel next to Simon Cowell and Louis Walsh.
In an interview with the Telegraph, Cheryl opened up about the "next stage" in her life.
"My focus is on the charity this year," she said. "It was supposed to be last year, but X Factor's kind of tasking, time-wise."
She's done a good job of spending time on "the charity" so far. In January, the former Girls Aloud star launched Cheryl's Trust to support disadvantaged young people in the North East of England. Working with the Prince's Trust, she hopes to raise £2 million to fund a fund a new centre in Newcastle, which will help vulnerable teenagers "reach their dreams".
"It's so exciting," she added. "I want to branch out, start in the North East, and then at some point I want to be in Manchester, Liverpool."
Cheryl's more than happy doing her own thing, too.
When asked about working in the music industry, she replied, "I would never do something I didn't want to do, or get told that's the 'lane' to be in at the moment. The lane. Everyone is competing in the same lane. F- off, I'd rather be in my own lane."
So, X Factor? Maybe Mr Cowell should start looking for another judge...
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