Cheryl Cole has allegedly decided to postpone the release of her forthcoming solo single Screw You - in order to concentrate on Girls Aloud's reunion.
According to The Mirror, the Under The Sun singer has 'indefinitely' put the release of the track back to focus on the girlband.
Back In September, Chezza confirmed that Screw You - which is a collaboration with Wretch 32 - would be the next cut from her third solo LP A Million Lights, with the newspaper claiming her solo career will now take a backseat due to GA's comeback.
A source revealed: "Cheryl originally planned for her solo material to coincide with the Girls Aloud promo schedule. That way, it was thought they would cross-advertise each other.
"Unfortunately, it just felt a bit confusing to have both going on at once. After the girls’ single lost out to Olly Murs in the race for No.1 and Cheryl’s single failed to reach the top 10, it was decided to focus all the attention on Girls Aloud for the time being."
They added: "They might reschedule it for some time in March, after the girls’ tour, but there is no date set at the moment.”
Meanwhile, Cole has been busy rehearsing for her performance at this weekend's Capital FM Jingle Bell Ball, with her PA Lily England posting a snap of the 29-year old dancing on Twitter.
England wrote: "Look who's rehearsing on her own in the corner... too cute!!!! #CapitalJBB."
Cheryl is set to perform at the event on her own on Saturday (8th December) before joining Girls Aloud on stage on Sunday.