Scherzinger set to release new music

Scherzinger set to release new music

Nicole Scherzinger will release new music in 2013.

'The X Factor' UK judge is planning a musical comeback after proving successful on the hit ITV1 series, and hopes to emulate the success of former judge Cheryl Cole.

She told Heat magazine: "I put my album aside for my boys on 'The X Factor' and I'm coming back next year really strong. I'll be coming back blazing with my single 'Boomerang'."

The singer considers the UK to be her "second home" and is even considering moving across the pond permanently following her success on 'The X Factor'.

She added: "I actually like the British weather and I'm getting good at the accent, too.

"Britain is my second home now. I'm not going anywhere!"

Scherzinger has also recently told how she spent her whole time in girl group Pussycat Dolls - who she sung with from 2003 to 2010 - feeling insecure.

She said: "I spent 10 years - the whole time I was in the Pussycat Dolls - as two people, one on stage and then behind closed doors. I was this girl who was lost and lonely, hating myself.

"Just because you wear a corset and dance doesn't mean you think you are beautiful.

"I was unbelievably insecure and I couldn't control it. My metabolism was all messed up.

"I was losing the one thing I only ever wanted to do: sing. I saw therapists, psychiatrists, life coaches and dealt with it head on."

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