If you enjoy listening to pop music such as the Pussycat Dolls, you might want to read a Nicole Scherzinger bio. Nicole Scherzinger is the lead vocalist of the dancing girl group and burlesque ensemble. With the Pussycat Dolls, Nicole Scherzinger has been a part of many major international hit songs, including "Don't Cha," "When I Grow Up," "Wait a Minute," "Takin' Over the World, "I Hate This Part" and "Bottle Pop."
Nicole Scherzinger was born in Honolulu, Hawaii on June 29th of 1978, making her astrological sign Cancer. The singer's full name at birth was Nicole Elikolani Valiente Prescovia Scherzinger. Her exotic appearance is due to her mixed heritage, which includes Russian, Ukrainian, Filipina and Hawaiian. Her mother is named Rosemary, and is of Russian, Ukrainian and and Hawaiian descent, while her father Alfonso is 100 percent Filipino. She has one younger sister, who is named Ke'ala. Her stepfather is named Gary.
The singer was raised in Louisville, Kentucky, and then attended college in Fairborn, Ohio at Wright State University. She shot to fame towards the end of the 1990s during her stint as a member of "Eden's Crush," a girl group formed on reality television. Before "Eden's Crush," Nicole Scherzinger was employed doing backing vocals for the rock band "Days of the New." After Eden's Crush broke up, she prompted joined the Pussycat Dolls (in May of 2003).
Nicole Scherzinger was previously engaged to Nick Hexum (vocalist of the rock group 311) for three years, and is now dating Lewis Hamilton, who is a UK-born racing driver with British Formula One. She is presently working on solo music, and also occasionally takes acting jobs (she is a part of the cast of "Men in Black III").