'Delusional' Cher Lloyd
Cher Lloyd believes she was ''delusional'' about becoming a pop star as she thought she would be loved by everyone
Cher Lloyd was "delusional" about fame.
The 'Swagger Jagger' hitmaker - who rose to fame on ITV1 show 'The X Factor' - believes she has had a "tough" time with her success because people are not as nice as she hoped they would be.
She said: "I was delusional, because as a little girl I thought I'd become a pop star and everyone would love me and I'd have the best life ever.
"I'm not saying I don't have the best life ever - but it's been so tough."
"People should give me a break. I don't think they understand what they're doing to me. This is what upsets me a lot and makes me think that I don't even want to do this anymore."
Cher was mentored by Cheryl Cole during her time on 'The X Factor', but she admits she has "more chance of winning the lottery" than catching up with the Geordie beauty anytime soon.
She added to The Sun newspaper: "People assume you're going to be best buddies but it doesn't work like that. I've got more chance of winning the lottery than catching up with her."