Nicole Scherzinger was born on June 29 in Honolulu, and raised in
Louisville, Kentucky. While attending a performing arts high school, she
won the Coca-Cola Classic Talent Contest and performed in many plays at
The Actors Theatre of Louisville. She then furthered her studies
majoring in theater arts at Wright State University before entering the
premiere season of the WB's television show, "Popstars" (2000/I), where she earned the role of lead vocalist in the female pop group, "Eden's Crush".
Outside of her work with The Pussycat Dolls, Nicole recently performed with Japanese superstar, Yoshiki Hayashi, at the Tokyo International Forum of Japan and had guest appearances on "My Wife and Kids" (2001) and "Wanda at Large" (2003). Nicole also has a single, "Breakfast in Bed", out on Adam Sandler's 50 First Dates (2004) soundtrack.