Expect some colourful language from the X Factor singer...
Cher Lloyd is planning on her second album being more adult.
In an interview with Digital Spy, the Swagger Jagger singer has revealed that the new material she's been working on is likely to be slapped with a "parental guidance" sticker.
"I had a trip to LA not long ago and recorded some new songs. They're very much of the parental guidance sort, though! I'm not sure whether they'll be used anywhere, but I'm 18 now, so I can swear in my songs if I want to. I'm growing and I want to be that artist that I want."
Cher also admitted: "I don't care about the charts, I just want to make great music that I enjoy performing on stage and I'm proud of. The next album is going to be on another level!"
So, will Sticks & Stones be the last we see of Cher's teen pop appeal? Or do you want to see Cher grow up and start (mis)behaving?