Scherzinger and her bandmates of The Pussycat Dolls have been busy promoting their new single "React". She has revealed that she injured herself during filming for their intense and racy music video, reports dailymail. Speaking in an Instagram video posted to the The Pussycat Dolls'' story, the singer said: "We worked so hard on the video in fact I through my back out and a couple of ribs out but it is all for the love.
Wet (Nicole Scherzinger)
I take pop music seriously.
There had to be some kind of concept or scene set that puts her in a new light — and thankfully, they came through with something fierce. I mean, check on the torch lights flashing about and the fragmented camera effects — they all fit the bill. There she goes again, thrusting her puakenikeni all over the place. Oh Nicole, what are we gonna do with you? The album was initially meant to drop in Australia this month but has now been pushed back to the first week of September.
Wet grinders in India are essentially used for preparing batter for the recipes of idli, dosa and vada. In a rare video appearance, actor Emma Stone is raising mental health awareness while practising social distancing during the coronavirus pandemic. Singer Sam Smith has confirmed reports of consuming drugs at a wild party with singer Nicole Scherzinger on Christmas here. Singer Nicole Scherzinger has revealed she injured herself while filming the music video of her new song 'React', which features her in a racy PVC leotard. This is the season to sit back and enjoy a hot cuppa and crispy fritters. Heavy rains lashed the state capital for the third consecutive day on Friday. The wet weather is going to stay till June 23, says the weather department. For a public facility that came up just two years ago, the Swargate underpass cuts a sorry example. It is not the ugly paan and gutka stains that mar its walls, neither is it badly designed, nor is there any afterthought about its utility.
I don't think I'm the only one that appreciates when a music video personifies the essence of a song title. Enter Nicole Scherzinger 's new club pop jam "Wet," and its very aqueous music video. As you may have expected, Nicole is wet for about 50 percent of the video, and we're guessing guys across the country aren't going to be writing complaint letters anytime soon. That's probably all you really need to know about the video, but we'll elaborate anyway: There's a really pretty pool full of wet water, there's a faulty indoor wet waterfall and Nicole's pals try to cool off with some wet hoses straight from the fire department? Also not to miss, the " Right There " singer writhing around on the floor in somewhat compromising positions.