Cheryl gives it vintage Call My Name dance troupe vibes in Let You music video and your girl is officially back

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Cheryl serves up serious Call My Name vibes in her new video for Let You (Picture: Vevo/3Beats)

Cheryl has released the music video for new single Let You and its the feisty Cheryl we love the most.

The singer returns to top form with the sassy new pop track, all about being naive enough to let a lover in.

And the video is full of vintage Cheryl vibes, with a Call My Name style dance troupe and their infectious new dance routine, which were currently practising.

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Cheryl talks about leaving a lover who looks distinctly like Liam Payne (Picture: Vevo/3Beats)
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Cheryl brings out her sassiest side in the music video (Picture: Vevo/3Beats)

Following a sneak peek at filming in Los Angeles on Thursday night, Cheryl officially released the extended version at midnight.

It sees the mum of one pushing away a heavily-tattooed Liam Payne-lookalike while she sings about giving him everything he wanted, with nothing in return.

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And when she finally walks out on him, shes seen pounding the pavements in a suitably saucy miniskirt, crop top and thigh-high boots look.

Aka, the second coming of the sass-pot Cheryl that we stan.

Then theres the all-female squad of dancers who are giving us all the Call My Name feels, circa 2012, in neon sportswear.

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When the singer teased her musical comeback earlier this week fans declared Cheryl back at her best.

Replying to her fans on Twitter on Thursday night, Cheryl joked: I wish I could reply to you ALLL .. but I have to wake up to a toddler .. ?

Thank you from the bottom of my heart. So happy youre enjoying #LetYou love you all. And thanks for waiting up with me.

We were previously expecting the new single to drop in March, but it seems like pushing it back a few months was worth the wait.

Cheryls last single Love Made Me Do It was released in 2018, but it failed to make a splash in the charts.

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