Nicole Scherzinger was born on June 29, 1978 in Honolulu, Hawaii to parents Alfonso Valiente and Rosemary Elikolani. She studied at Wright State University, majoring in musical theatre though she put her studies on hold to sing backing vocals for the rock band Days of the New.
She became a contestant in the reality show Popstars and was declared one of the winners, joining the newly-formed group Eden’s Crush. Her stint with the group was short-lived and by 2003, she had joined the female group The Pussycat Dolls, serving as its lead vocalist. The group is popular for their hit songs “Don’t Cha”, “Stickwitu” and “Buttons”.
Has Nicole Scherzinger had Plastic Surgery?
The singer sparked plastic surgery rumors after she appeared in the reality show The Voice with her breasts distinctively bigger and fuller. Since Scherzinger usually showcases her body in her performances and music videos, it’s not very difficult for fans and critics to compare her previous and current cup size.
With the comparison is the assumption that the singer may have had breast implants at some point in her career because of the apparent transformation that only a plastic surgeon and an operating table could have made possible.
She has also been rumored to undergo a nose job and a brow lift, with those spreading the rumors saying that her facial features appeared to have been highly improved because of the mentioned cosmetic procedures.