Alexandra Burke uses the F-word to lash out at her ex-boyfriend, Tottenham footballer Jermaine Defoe, on her new album.
The singer is releasing her #NewRules EP as a taster for the album, her third, and one song, Day Dreams, talks about her relationship with Defoe, who she dumped after he was caught cheating.
She told the Daily Mirror: "Working on this new material has been really emotional.
"I've opened up lyrically more than ever and talked about things I never thought I would. But I always write from the heart."
The song includes a number of scathing words aimed at Defoe, whose relationship with Burke ended in May last year after he was caught out with model Laura Brown as well as a kiss and tell expose by nurse Kirsty Crummey.
Lyrics include: "Millions of people and me, one / And I'm feeling I'm the last to know / Our private network - we built became a best seller show / What were you thinking at the time when you decided to sleep with her? / It didn't stop there, this I know, 'cos the papers f***ing told me so."
The 25-year-old singer also admits she turned to red wine to soothe her heartbreak, adding: "I had moments and I cried and I'm not ashamed to say so / drank every day, lost my best friend but I replaced you with merlot."
#NewRules EP will be released on 1 September through her website.