London, Sept 4 : English singer and member of Girls Aloud group Cheryl Cole has reignited the feud with Welsh singer Charlotte Church after she had tried to bury the hatchet with the latter.
The two singers had been going at each other's throats for the last three years, and Cole finally decided to bury the hatchet by writing in a chapter in Girls Aloud's new book, saying that she regretted their public mud slinging.
However, Cole's efforts of peace offering had to be retracted, as Church resurrected their catfight by calling the girl band "five dogs without balls".
"Cheryl decided she's had it with the feud. She wrote a sincere passage in the book about how much she regretted it and how much she enjoys Charlotte's show," the Sun quoted a source as saying.
"She thought it time to grow up and draw a line under it. But there's only so far you can push her.
"Charlotte made some entirely unprovoked attacks and that changed Cheryl's mind on the matter," the source said.
The book, which is called Dreams That Glitter, and due out in a matter of weeks, had Cole trying her best on September 3 to get the chapter removed.
"After hearing them she was straight on to the publishers to tell them to remove the passage. They weren't best pleased to be tinkering with it at this late stage but said they would do their best," the source added.
Church, who made the dog comments on her Channel 4 chat show last month, struck out at Cole regarding her new role as a judge on ITV1 talent search The X Factor.
"Cheryl's proved she's got no backbone," she said.
"X Factor needed someone with wit and grit but she couldn't give an honest answer, let alone charm her way out of the situation," she added.
Girls Aloud: Dreams That Glitter is written by all five of the group and covers their rise from talent show contestants to chart-conquering girl group.