Jordyn Woods
Jordyn Woods poses backstage during The American Heart Association's Go Red for Women Red Dress Collection 2019 at Hammerstein Ballroom on February 7, 2019 in New York City Getty Images/Astrid Stawiarz

Jordyn Woods is ready to get back to work, putting the Tristan Thompson cheating scandal behind her. She will soon make an appearance in a music video by singer and YouTube personality Justin Roberts that will be released on Friday.

After promoting her Eylure X lashes collection in London, Woods is back in the U.S. to work on new projects. She is featured in 16-year-old singer Roberts’ upcoming song, “Way Too Much,” People reported.

Details about the song and Woods’ role in the music video are currently being kept under wraps. More details may be revealed when the song is finally released this Friday. Roberts has been talking about his new music and promoting it on social media.

Roberts recently held a listening party for his new song at the studio. Apart from Woods, the other leading lady in the video of the song is Sofia Jamora. Both the ladies attended the listening party, and the singer posted a picture of the celebration on his Instagram page.

The song “Way Too Much” is “dope,” according to Roberts. In another post, the singer wrote that his new song is going to look like a movie.

“ The world is not ready for this!” Roberts wrote in his post. The singer recently shared another picture of him with the two leading ladies from his upcoming video. The new picture is also from the listening party the singer had in his studio a few days ago.

Roberts also shared a behind-the-scenes video of the listening party online. The video shows the singer and Jamora getting ready for the cameras. Woods showed off some of her dance moves for the camera while sitting in the chair.

Woods has been consciously stepping out in the public after staying relatively low-key after the cheating scandal. In a recent Instagram post she talked about the importance of stepping back and reminding oneself about being blessed to wake up and see another day.