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Things got a little TMI at Brits tonight as Cheryl joked about her ‘safe word’ for Liam Payne when they are in the bedroom.

It’s a bit of a confusing safe word mind you, as Cheryl claimed that she says ‘don’t stop.’

While hosting the annual award show, host Jack Whitehall ventured to Cheryl and Liam – amid speculation of their split – to get all up into their business.

Cheryl uses Brit Awards to tell UK public her 'safe word in the bedroom' with Liam Payne
Liam and Cheryl get TMI (Picture: ITV)

‘You are performing your song from Fifty Shades later on tonight,’ Jack said to Liam.

‘Sounds pretty saucy,’ the host continued before asking the couple, who sat closely next to each other: ‘Is there a safe word?’

This is when things got a little gross and awkward as Liam avoided answering the question and suggested that Cheryl should answer.

Her answer?

‘Don’t stop.’

Cheryl uses Brit Awards to tell UK public her 'safe word in the bedroom' with Liam Payne
Singers Cheryl, left, and Liam Payne grinned at each other (Picture: AP)

The answer seemed to gross Jack a little bit as he responded: ‘Don’t stop? Wow. Okay, right time for a break.’

The pair put rumours of a split to bed on Wednesday as they walked the Brits red carpet arm in arm.

Cheryl beamed as she held a long-stemmed white rose while Liam kept a close arm around his girlfriend and the mother of his son.

The pair have been the subject of split rumours for several weeks now with reports that former One Direction star Liam was getting advice from a lawyer.

Only a week ago they sparked engagement rumours, when Cheryl was spotted with a sparkler on her ring finger while meeting Prince Charles, but now there’s talk that Liam has gone so far as to ‘seek financial advice’ on how to protect the massive fortune he earned through his days in One Direction.

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