Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger

Pop singer
Date of Birth: 29.06.1978
Country: USA

  1. Biography of Nicole Scherzinger
  2. Childhood and Youth
  3. Music
  4. Acting
  5. Personal Life
  6. Current Endeavors

Biography of Nicole Scherzinger

Childhood and Youth

Nicole Scherzinger, a renowned R&B and pop singer, was born on June 29, 1978, in Honolulu, the capital of Hawaii. She always dreamt of performing on stage and, thanks to her perseverance, self-confidence, and determination, Nicole was able to achieve her desired results. She also showcased her talents as a dancer, songwriter, model, and actress. Her fame came from her participation in "The Pussycat Dolls."

Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole was raised in strictness and discipline alongside her sister Keala, as their parents were Catholics. Her interest in the arts blossomed from a young age. She attended the School of Arts and eagerly participated in local theater productions. After completing her general education, Nicole enrolled at Wright State University to study acting. However, in 1999, she left college to pursue a career in singing.

Nicole Scherzinger


Nicole's involvement in theater performances and her training in acting led her to join the group "Days Of The News" as a backing vocalist. In 1999, the group released their second album, but Nicole left shortly after. Although she didn't gain recognition at the time, her valuable experience in the group would prove beneficial in the future.

Nicole Scherzinger

In 2001, Nicole made a splash on the US version of "Popstars," which led her to be invited to join the group "Eden's Crush." The new girl group gained popularity, and their first single, "Get Over Yourself," reached the top ten on the "Billboard Hot 100" chart. However, the group disbanded after their record label, London-Sire Records, closed.

Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole then embarked on a solo career, releasing several singles under the name Nicole Kea. Her song "Breakfast In Bed" became the soundtrack for the romantic comedy "50 First Dates" and she collaborated with composer Yoshiki and the Tokyo Symphony Orchestra on the song "I'll Be Your Love."

In 2003, Nicole joined "The Pussycat Dolls," and her career skyrocketed. The group's songs became popular and two of their singles, "Don't Cha" and "Stickwitu," topped the charts. Nicole emerged as the leader of the group and showcased her vocal abilities. The group released their debut album, "PCD," in 2005, which went double platinum.


In addition to her music career, Nicole has appeared in various films and TV shows as a singer and actress. She had roles in TV series such as "My Wife and Kids" and "Half & Half," as well as the movies "Love Don't Cost a Thing" (2003) and "Be Cool" (2005). She also starred in the British version of "The X Factor" and the reality show "Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious."

Personal Life

Nicole prefers to keep her personal life private, but some details have been revealed. She was engaged to Nick Hexum, the lead vocalist of the band "311." However, their relationship ended before they could get married.

In 2007, Nicole started dating Formula One racer Lewis Hamilton. Their relationship lasted for seven years but never resulted in marriage. After their breakup, Nicole was rumored to have brief romances with various individuals, including Greek footballer Pajtim Kasami.

In 2015, Nicole began dating Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov. Their relationship was often on-and-off but lasted for a year. In 2016, rumors circulated that she was dating DJ Calvin Harris, but they turned out to be false.

In 2019, Nicole was linked to former rugby player Tom Evans, who participated in "The X Factor" when she was a judge. They confirmed their relationship and shared their love on social media.

Current Endeavors

Nicole continues to pursue her music career and frequently performs around the world. She has also ventured into acting, with roles in films such as "Moana" (2016) and "Men in Black: International" (2019). In 2017, she appeared as a judge on "The X Factor UK" and competed in the rap battle show "Drop The Mic."

In 2020, Nicole introduced Tom Evans to her family and traveled to Portugal with him to meet his parents.

In 2021, Nicole's focus is on her reunion with "The Pussycat Dolls." She is dedicated to her music and the group's projects.