Nicole Scherzinger‘s latest album ‘Big Fat Lie’ flopped and burn hard, but the singer did find some success last year – in some London production called ‘Cats’.
Currently starring as Grizabella in the Andrew Lloyd Webber show, the 36-year is hard on the promo trail for her stint in the musical which ends in February.
In a new interview with Event Magazine, Scherzinger recounts more difficult times – specifically her battle with bulimia.
The candid conversation saw the star reveal that the illness caused a friction with her Pussycat Doll bandmates – a friction she’s keen to apologize for.
Her words below…
When asked who she would like to say sorry to, Nicole said:
“The other members of the Pussycat Dolls. There were a lot of moments when I was with them that I was distant and stand-offish.
I never opened up to them and I would shut myself away – and push them away – because felt ashamed (of my bulimia battle).
I didn’t think anyone knew in the group because I hid it that well. No one knew until I was losing my voice and our manager found me passed out on the floor in our hotel in Malta.
I felt so alone… but I made myself so alone. It was all wrapped up with my low self-esteem. It’s taken me a long time to deal with these issues and now I feel so annoyed that I let it take over everything.” TheFix
It goes to show, one never knows what struggles another is walking around with on a day-to-day basis.
We’re glad Nicole is in a better place. Our only hope is that her music will follow-suit at #1