The US may be a little unsure of her positioning, but the UK just can’t get enough of the Pop force that is Nicole Scherzinger.
Launching her debut album ‘Killer Love‘ in the market in 2011, this year will see her continue work on her sophomore release spearheaded by the single ‘Boomerang‘. A single, that has secured the singer her sixth Top 20 single and her fourth Top 5 in the competitive market.
She’s the Pop starlet responsible for the success of the short-lived, yet influential Pussycat Dolls. Now, after winning over the hearts of the British audience on ‘The X Factor UK’ last year, Nicole Scherzinger continues on her path to solo superstardom with her brand new single ‘Boomerang’.
The high-octane song is one of many topics we discussed with the stage blazer in London earlier this week. Indeed, the diva dished on her upcoming studio album, whether she’ll be returning to The X Factor, past project ‘Her Name Is Nicole’, and much more. As ever, we ask the questions you really want answers to.
Rihanna may sing like a castrated cat, yet it’s hard to deny her hit-spotting ability. Indeed, it’s one of the few talents she has beyond patting her particulars off-beat.
And while many of the star’s chart rivals are infinitely more gifted, it’s this one talent that the vast majority of them would give their right rib for. Case, point, Nicole Scherzinger.
In a surprising move, the former Pussycat Doll has revealed that she passed on one of RiRi’s biggest hits ‘We Found Love’. This, after previously turning down Lady GaGa’s ‘Just Dance’ and Gnarls Barkley’s ‘Crazy’.
Any artist who appreciates the technique of singing at a professional level appreciates the late great Whitney Houston. Case, point Nicole Scherzinger - who deems the legend as her idol.
The ‘Boomerang’ singer shows her X Factor in a new shoot for the UK’s Evening Standard in which she pays homage to Houston by recreating one of her classic looks from the 80′s.
Here’s hoping she’s also channeled some of Whitney’s hit-making ability with her upcoming new album. Its lead single gets progressively worse with each listen, yet we’re still hopeful she’ll deliver with the project as a body of work.