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Scherzinger's first solo recording was a feature on Avant's "Lie About Us" that was released in July 2006 and later collaborated with Diddy on "Come to Me" which became Scherzinger's first solo top-ten hit on the US Billboard Hot 100.Four singles were released from the project—"Whatever U Like" featuring T.Her performance was interrupted by a citywide blackout, and she was forced to leave.She also did a brief detour into acting which includes a cameo in the independent comedy Love Don't Cost a Thing."My parents had no money, but they got me this player and Whitney's album, which had "The Greatest Love of All" on it," Scherzinger recalls. I worked with my acting coach a lot and she told me about lots of crazy things to think about while I was in character, but I better not tell you what she said." Described as being "provative" when performing on stage, Scherzinger states that her stage persona "comes from a strong place, not a weak place, and there’s a big difference.There’s a big difference when you see someone who still has class and is empowering." Her performance, part of the PCD World Tour, was not well received in the Muslim state which frowned upon the "eye-popping attire" and "sexually suggestive stage routines" and she was fined 00 for the incident.She rose to fame as the lead singer of the burlesque troupe-turned-recording act the Pussycat Dolls, who became one of the world's best-selling girl groups.During their hiatus, Scherzinger planned to embark on her solo career with Her Name is Nicole, but it was later shelved after four singles failed to impact the charts significantly.
In August 2010, Red One revealed that he was working on Scherzinger's debut album, stating: "I just finished her album.
Her last one never came out because it wasn't consistent.
Her new record – it's the real her." She told MTV "I've always said that in the Pussycat Dolls, I kind of feel like Superwoman. I've got the vulnerable, lovesick side of me amongst others which all appear on my record." When Scherzinger was growing up in her home town of Louisville, she received a Christmas gift (at the age of six) of a tiny purple boombox and a cassette of Whitney Houston's chart-topping 1985 self-titled debut album. Her voice was so powerful; every note she sang just felt like the truth." Scherzinger said that Beyoncé also inspired her, stating: "I am inspired by women like Beyoncé who wear costumes that aren't much but they are real artists and they put real artistry into what they do and that is how I pride myself." Scherzinger said while she is on stage performing, she borrows personas of Tina Turner and Mick Jagger: "The way he [Mick Jagger] prances around stage and the poise he has on stage. I steal from her all the time, especially being the lead singer of this group, the Pussycat Dolls, to be fearless and just have that attitude and that soul behind you." She said, "I listened to my heavier music and I listened to Led Zeppelin and I kind of got in that frame of mind because music is what inspires me most.
Following the group's disbandment, Scherzinger successfully ventured into television winning the tenth season of Dancing with the Stars, became a judge on The Sing-Off and on both US and UK (appearing on four of its fourteen series) versions of The X Factor.
She has released two studio albums; Killer Love (2011), which was released to moderate success and was preceded by the number-one single "Don't Hold Your Breath", and Big Fat Lie (2014).