Saturday, November 8, 2014

Nicole Scherzinger Cuts A Sleek Silhouette In Sophisticated Black Jumpsuit For US Talk Show Appearance

Nicole Scherzinger proved she didn't need to do much to look effortlessly chic on Friday, appearing on US television in a simple, black jumpsuit.

The 36-year-old showcased her slimline frame with the figure-hugging one piece, teaming with it gold-tipped shoes for a touch of glamour.

In the States to promote her new album Big Fat Lie, the US-native appeared on the Lowdown With Diana Madison looking all smiles as she perched elegantly on the show-host's sofa.

The fashionable pair - Diana dressed in a little red, lace number - talked dresses and tresses amongst Stateside plans for Nicole's latest musical offering.

Despite The Pussycat Dolls having major US success and originating as a dance troupe and later pop group in the States, this will be Nicole's first solo album in America.

Meanwhile ahead of her album release, the brunette beauty - who moved to London for beau Lewis Hamilton - is releasing her third single Run from the album in the UK this month.

Nicole has adopted London as her home away from home, getting set to make her debut on the West End in Andrew Lloyd Webber's musical Cats, this December.

The Hawaiian-born songstress also appeared as a guest judge on the British version of The X Factor between 2012 and 2013, this year giving up her seat to former judge Cheryl Fernandez-Versini.

But Nicole is expected to return to the singing competition with her single Run, on the second weekend in November.

She joins Taylor Swift, Pharrell, Jessie J, Maroon 5, One Republic and Ed Sheeran in the line up of top talent to grace the ITV stage this year.

Despite Nicole becoming more at home in the UK, it seems like her on and off British boyfriend Lewis is warming to the idea of the American Dream.

After a third win at the US Grand Prix last weekend, the 27-year-old who rekindled things with Nicole in March this year, has talked about plans to start a family in the States.

He said: 'I enjoy it here [the States], it's pretty cool. New York is a cool place to live. I was in Knoxville [Tennessee] the other day. It's beautiful, by the lake.

'But there is too much fast food. I'm always thinking about where I would raise a family and I haven't figured out where that would be.

Speaking about starting a family, the Formula One driver said: 'It feels a little bit early but at some stage I want to have a family and continue the family name.'