Cheryl is currently in the studio working on her upcoming fourth album, and while it was recently announced that she is to return as a judge on 'The X Factor', reports claim that she will be promoting her new music on Simon Cowell's other big TV show, 'Britain's Got Talent'.
A source told The Sun: "Cheryl has been offered all the major TV shows to perform her first single.
“Simon has offered her a very tempting spot on the show and it would also be a massive draw for the series to land her first live performance in a couple of years.”
The new album will be Cheryl's first solo release since 2012's 'A Million Lights', as well as her first new material since Girls Aloud announced they were splitting up.
Cheryl has previously performed her singles 'Fight For This Love' and 'Promise This' on 'The X Factor', but after a public fall-out with Simon Cowell, she defected to 'The Voice' when it came to the live debut of her single 'Call My Name'.
Meanwhile, Cheryl has been voicing her frustration while recording the album on Instagram, calling for help from Girls Aloud bandmate Nicola Roberts, who has been helping her with the writing process.
Cheryl shared this photo with the caption: "this is what my 'Can not find a chorus' looks like.. Please come SAVE MEEEE!!!!"
As well as her own solo material, Nicola has previously written for Girls Aloud as well as 'X Factor' winners Little Mix.
Whether it's on 'X Factor' or 'Britain's Got Talent'... we just want Cheryl's comeback performance to come sooner rather than later.