You cry and you scream and you stomp your feet and you shout. You say, 'You know what? I'm giving up, I don't care.' And then you go to bed and you wake up and it's a brand new day, and you pick yourself back up again.— Nicole Scherzinger
The most massive Nicole Scherzinger quotes that will activate your desire to change
I think shoulders are sexier than cleavage.
If believing in yourself and going after what you want in life and realising your worth is ruthless and selfish, then I'm definitely ruthless and selfish.
I love a man with a great sense of humor and who is intelligent - a man who has a great smile. He has to make me laugh. I like a man who is very ambitious and driven and who has a good heart and makes me feel safe. I like a man who is very strong and independent and confident - that is very sexy - but at the same time, he's very kind to people.
I don't really believe in diets. I love food... If I deprive myself, I'm going to want it more. I snack on yogurt, raw cashews and cherry tomatoes.
I always feel like I'm rehearsing. I'm a workaholic. But youve got to let go and trust and enjoy! I'm a real perfectionist. Its probably my biggest disadvantage. But as long as I can go out there, trust in the work and just have fun, thats what matters.
I definitely have the eye of the tiger.
Ive fought my way to where I am and will continue to do so. Im a hard worker - I get it from my family. We only know work. Nothing was handed to us. When I believe in something, I go after it. Its very hard to tell me no.
In normal life people say, 'You're so different than on stage!' Offstage I'm down to earth, simple and a very goofy girl... I like to make goofy faces, be dorky and not take things too seriously. I just love to laugh.
When I go onstage, I kind of turn into a beast sometimes, this alter-ego, you know.
Girl power is about loving yourself and having confidence and strength from within, so even if you’re not wearing a sexy outfit, you feel sexy.
It takes time to really understand your body shape and it's taken me years to know what I can and can't pull off.
I was a very quiet, shy child. I grew up in a small town, Louisville, Kentucky, and there weren't too many Hawaiian-Filipino girls, so I stuck out like a sore thumb. I didn't look like everyone else and didn't feel I belonged... But these things only build character and make you stronger. It taught me to grow into the woman I was to become.
Once you stay true to just having a good time and being honest to your fans and your audience, you can't go wrong.
Music is my passion - it's what I love and it's in my blood.
You can never take me away from my work.
I feel the sexiest when I'm on stage with the Dolls because I feel like nothing can touch me. Although I want to touch everyone in some way.
The word feminism has negative connotations for men.
Rather, we are wanting to celebrate females and their confidence. There is no political agenda behind my work. I'm just trying to make music that makes me feel good and confident. We've got a cool message.
My bulimia was my addiction. Hurting myself was my addiction... The music is what saved me. That's the only thing I can trust.
I don't like my thighs, the back of my legs or my chubby knees.
I wear clothes that show off my legs in pictures and videos but not often when I'm appearing live.
I love making down-home Southern cooking, and just chilling out and having cakes and pies and baking stuff, you know. I'm a pretty simple girl.
I see lots of women having beautiful children later in life. And, if not, just freeze your eggs!
When you break a sweat you just feel great.
You've got your endorphins going. You feel better. You look better. And if you aren't able to get a workout in, try to find a steam room somewhere. You just look and feel so much better after a sweat.
I think the sexiest thing about a man is that he's confident.
Sure, sometimes you meet someone and you see his appearance first, but then you get to know him, and he looks completely different to you. So ultimately I think it's all about chemistry.
A lot of time we didn't know where we were going or how it was going to transition from fishnets into hip-hop ... But it's worked out. We believe in what we do and I think people get that.
Confidence comes with maturity, being more accepting of yourself.
You know, I try to avoid Googling myself, but sometimes I slip up.
Sometimes I just want to see how the world is viewing me on a particular day.
It’s important to be fearless yet vulnerable. It takes courage to do both.
I can be quite daring with my clothes but I believe that you have to feel comfortable and confident to carry off whatever it is you're wearing.
Growing up, my mom was very strict about how I dressed and how I behaved, and I said to myself that I wasn't going to be like that. But now I know I'm going to be exactly like my mom. I'm going to be worse!
To be honest, I miss the old Hollywood way of having some mystique about the star.
Dancing is another way to communicate. That's what separates The Pussycat Dolls from other groups.
A lot of songs are empowering because everybody who has been through a hard time in a relationship or in their lives can relate to it.
I'm no diva but I can be annoying in a recording studio.
Of course I try to be a diva in terms of confidence of performance and owning a song but I've never behaved like one in terms of the negative connotations of the word.
When I hit my thirties, that's when I calmed down and I wasn't so tough on myself. I wasn't doing the yo-yo dieting any more. I gave myself a break. I think that, if you're more accepting of yourself, you're more free and open and can just allow more people in.
I've always had a fighter's spark in me. I was born with it. I think it's in my blood.
I love the studio. It's my place to escape and to create and to try anything.
Girl power is about loving yourself and having confidence and strength from within, so even if you're not wearing a sexy outfit, you feel sexy. That sexy stuff just happened to be part of our wardrobe, and its fun. Not all of our wardrobe is like that, but it is part of the performance and the show. It takes a woman who knows herself to be able to work an outfit like that.
It just seemed fitting to have our own lounge with our own dance review that paid homage to where The Pussycat Dolls originated, ... So it wasn't just another nightclub. It was somewhere where people can go and see an old school show with real dancing and real performing and real singing. It's perfect for Vegas. It's got that whole cabaret, burlesque-inspired review of dancing, and the whole fishnets, and boas.
It's important for a woman to feel good in her clothes. It's OK to have curves and to work them.
Although religion was around me my whole life I never felt it was forced upon me. It is my centring, my grounding, the soul of me. I feel I'm nothing without it.