While we expected the shoutout to her "haterz" and a nod to her feisty relationship with Twitter and the tabloids, the track also bears more than a passing resemblance to a number of previous chart hits. On that note, here are the five tracks that we think make up Cher Lloyd's 'Swagger Jagger'.
'Oh My Darling Clementine'
Lloyd opens with a sample of this western folk ballad, though it's not quite as soothing as the original.
Gwen Stefani: 'Hollaback Girl'
The verses have a shouty, cheerleader quality not too dissimilar to this Gwen Stefani classic.
Chuckie & LMFAO: 'Let The Bass Kick in Miami B**ch'
The squiggly synths on the bridges sound suspiciously like this club favourite from Chuckie and LMFAO.
Fergie: 'London Bridge'
Cher's ability to both rap and sing reasonably well reminds us of when Black Eyed Peas frontwoman Fergie branched out on a certain solo number.
Swedish House Mafia: 'One (Your Name)'
Finally, the song's closing 20 seconds sounds almost identical to this Swedish House Mafia track.
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