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  •   Home > News > Entertainment

    Cheryl Tweedy helped Liam Payne edit his 'Bedroom Floor' video

    The 'Crazy Stupid Love' singer worked with her boyfriend - with whom she shares seven-month-old son Bear - on the final cut for his latest music video


    Asked if Cheryl got involved with the video, he said: "She was super supportive. She loved the idea as well. At the end of it, she had watched the edits and the final cuts and helped me edit through bits of it. She's got a good eye."

    The music video - which has amassed an impressive six million views in less than a week - stars Bella Thorne and is from the woman's perspective.

    Speaking to ODE about the music video as he attended the MTV EMAs on Sunday (11.12.17) in London, he said: "We just called Bella Thorne up and asked her if she wanted to be in a cool music video. And she loved the concept and the idea. It's empowering for women and it's nice to experience it from that side."

    And Liam has previously confessed that Cheryl is "quite critical" of his music.

    Asked if he was nervous about showing his solo music to Cheryl, he shared: "I was a little bit. She's a judge - she still judges - she's quite critical. No, she really likes it but we have odd taste. We have different tastes in music. I just love music in general so whatever I'm sent, I'm like, I love it, I love it. And she's like, 'No', and I have to listen at times. She's quite a harsh judge. Comes from her X Factor days."

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