After listening to the songs, Scherzinger says she knew immediately she wanted to be a singer. Her voice was so powerful; every note she sang just felt like the truth."After that, Scherzinger made performance a focus of her life.
She said: “Because Simon’s partner Lauren and Ayda are friends, and Simon and Robbie are friends, I can imagine this being one drunken night over dinner." Ayda Field, 39, is Robbie Williams wife of 18 years and will be joining him on the panel.The Turkish American actress has been a regular panellist on Loose Women since 2015. "You'll find a better one."Shortly after, Williams asked Scherzinger about the Pussycat Dolls. "The audience guffawed, but Scherzinger kept her cool. "The "Boomerang" singer shook her head and said, "I am rubbish at dating. I'm a girl of faith and a strong believer, and seven years was a long time.""And the good years down here," Williams said, pointing to her uterus."Honey, that's all right, though. "Whatever you experience in life or relationships, you're obviously meant to grow from it and learn more about yourself. Sometimes we get into situations, but I think if you really trust, you work on yourself and you have faith, just know that things are working for you, not against you and not at you.""And you'll find somebody new," Williams said. "Or are they hating on you because you're the only one who's relevant?Simon runs Syco Entertainment which has managed former X Factor successes One Direction, Olly Murs and Little Mix.
Robbie Williams, 44, first found fame as a member of Take That before becoming a hugely successful solo artist.
So, I'm sorry to hear about that."Scherzinger shrugged it off and understood where Williams was coming from, telling her, "It's all right. My girlfriends are always like, 'Honey, it's your pretty years now. So, we were like a family and we got on each other's nerves," she said of her time with the popular girl group.
"We actually weren't always close because we were together and they didn't even put sleep in our schedules.
Since leaving the band in 2009, Scherzinger has enjoyed continued success, in the recording studio and as a judge on Nicole Scherzinger was born Nicole Prescovia Elikolani Valiente in Honolulu, Hawaii, on June 29, 1978.
Scherzinger, whose parents separated when she was an infant, moved with her mother, Rosemary, and her stepfather, George Scherzinger, to Louisville, Kentucky, when she was 6 years old. As she later recalled, Scherzinger's life took a dramatic turn not long after moving, when she was given a cassette tape of Whitney Houston.
He previously appeared on the show in 2015 as a mentor with Sharon Osbourne at the Judges' Houses.