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Nicole Scherzinger

May 13, 2021

Nicole Scherzinger shares a message on Getting Better Together.

Asking for help is the first step. The Getting Better Together campaign from the Child Mind Institute uses personal testimonials from celebrities and kids to fight shame and stigma and show how we can all cope with stress, isolation, and mental health challenges.

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About Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger is an American singer, songwriter and television personality. She began her career with performances in plays throughout her adolescence before pursuing a musical career with American rock band Days of the New. She later found modest success in 2001 upon winning a place in Eden’s Crush, a girl group created through The WB’s Popstars.

Scherzinger achieved mainstream recognition when cast as the lead singer of the Pussycat Dolls, which released the albums PCD (2005) and Doll Domination (2008), becoming one of the world’s best-selling girl groups of all time. Scherzinger’s prominent role was a point of contention within the group and factor in its eventual dissolution in 2009. Her solo career has included two studio albums–Killer Love (2011) and Big Fat Lie (2014)—to moderate success; the former includes the number-one single “Don’t Hold Your Breath”.

Scherzinger subsequently ventured into television winning Dancing with the Stars (2010) and serving as a judge on multiple television talent shows like The Sing-Off (2009-2010), Australia’s Got Talent (2019) and most notably The X Factor UK (2012-2017) for four series. She has served as a panelist on The Masked Singer since the competition’s 2019 debut and has reunited with the Pussycat Dolls for an upcoming tour. As an actress, Scherzinger made her West End debut in a 2014 revival of the musical Cats, for which she received a nomination for a Laurence Olivier Award for Best Actress in a Supporting Role in a Musical and starred in the television film, Dirty Dancing (2017).

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