Nicole Scherzinger

Pencil Portrait by Antonio Bosano.

Nicole Scherzinger Pencil Portrait
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Nicole Scherzinger sold over 54 million records worldwide with the Pussycat Dolls, a burlesque six-part pop act, yet much of this period in her life was beset with problems, not least of all, an eating disorder which lasted for eight years.

She launched her solo career in 2009 and, in the same year, was called in by Simon Cowell to replace Cheryl Cole as a judge on ‘The X Factor USA.’ Scherzinger was such a success that she joined the British version for two series. “I dove in,” she says. “What I loved is that I got to be myself, and the UK embraced me. It made me feel confident to be goofy enough to say silly words like ‘schamazing’.”

She would make a success of her London stage run in “Cats,” despite initial misgivings. Interviewed in early 2015, she confessed to thinking that ‘Oh, the British public isn’t going to like me, because they’re used to seeing bubbly, fun Nicole and Grizabella is depressing.’

The release of a new solo album was rather overshadowed by the on-off nature of her relationship with Formula One motor racing champion Lewis Hamilton. When a thirty year old man involved with a thirty six year old woman isn’t ready for children, then the relationship has to implode. Asked if she wanted marriage and children in the next decade, she was clear on the subject – ‘Oh yeah, I’ll definitely have that by then. I’ll definitely have that. Definitely, that would be nice…’

The pragmatist in her might have substituted “the next decade” for “next two years.”