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How I Met Your Mother: The 10 Best Song and Dance Moments

There aren’t many network sitcoms that can boast the breadth and awesomeness of How I Met Your Mother‘s song and dance routines. It’s a tradition the CBS series plans to continue as it kicks off its seventh season this Monday at 8/7c with a big Robin and Barney musical number. Judging by this video preview, another legendary performance is in the works.

To celebrate the show’s latest foray into musical territory, TVLine has compiled a list of HIMYM‘s 10 Best Song and Dance Moments — and there were plenty to choose from!

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10. How I Met Your Theme Song
Episode: “Hopeless, Season 6 | The cast rocks out, performing the show’s infinitely hummable theme song, which was written by creators Craig Thomas and Carter Bays. Nice touch knocking over the microphone, Ted.

9. Dirty Dancing With Barney
Episode: “First Time in New York,” Season 2 | Neil Patrick Harris gets superimposed into the iconic ’80s film as Barney recalls the (fake) tale of how he lost his virginity. Check out the wizardry it took to pull off the moment below. Color us impressed by – and nostalgic over – the work of the HIMYM special effects department.

HIMYM: Neil Patrick Harris, Cobie Smulders Preview Barney and Robin’s New Love Square

8. “Super Date”
Episode: “Of Course,” Season 5 | Hey, Neil Patrick Harris isn’t the only one in this cast with pipes. After you get past the foreign translation below, Josh Radnor shows off his very smooth voice as he sweeps Barney away with visions of a super date. The old-school movie-musical magic is undeniable.

7. Barney’s Naughty Holiday Songs
Episode: “Little Minnesota,” Season 4 | With each Christmas visit of Ted’s sister, Barney shows off just how much he wants to get into her pants by changing the words of well-known holiday songs. Anybody who can make a Hanukkah ditty sound dirty deserves props.

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6. “Stand By Me”
Episode: “Cleaning House,” Season 6 | Two guys who know something about vocals – Ben Vereen and Wayne Brady – duet as Barney’s brother (Brady) finally meets his dad. It’s hard to tell in the video, but the best part of Barney shoving his way into their sweet reunion song is Cobie Smulders desperately trying – and failing – to keep a straight face through Harris’ over-the-top performance.

5. “Best Night Ever”
Episode: “The Sexless Innkeeper,” Season 5 | Marshall’s double date ditty gets the music video treatment in an homage to Extreme’s “More than Words.” In fact, the band’s very own Nuno Bettencourt makes an appearance. To sum it up: Are you free next Saturday?

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4. “Sandcastles in the Sand” & “Two Beavers Are Better Than One
Episodes: “Sandcastles in the Sand, Season 3;Glitter, Season 6 | This pair of follow-up Robin Sparkles songs aren’t quite up to par with “Let’s Go to the Mall,” only because the first song was so awesome, it’s nearly impossible to top. But the presence of Tiffany, Alan Thicke and a surprisingly game James Van Der Beek – remember, this was way before his Funny or Die venture – more than makes up for the temporary foray into semi-serious balladry. Meanwhile, it’s just difficult to listen to “Two Beavers Are Better Than One” — the unintentionally dirty theme song to a children’s show — without grinning. We can’t wait to see what other sparkly treasures Barney uncovers in the future.

3. “You Just Got Slapped”
Episode: “Slapsgiving, Season 3 | Marshall commemorates his third slap with an Elton John-esque song, and Barney brilliantly joins in with some pained “ohs” and “ahs.” As if that wasn’t awesome enough, the show also released a music video of Jason Segel singing the tune in a Vegas-worthy white suit as a butler brings him a cocktail and a fur coat. Then, to top it off, the song got a remix for Slap Bet the board game in Season 5. Fun fact: Harris directed the board game tag to prep for his HIMYM directing debut later that season.

2. “Nothing Suits Me Like A Suit”
Episode: “Girls Versus Suits,” Season 5 | The show’s 100th episode featured a musical number so big, it quite possibly topped Robin Sparkles in sheer scope. With dozens of background dancers, some intricate choreography by Glee‘s Zach Woodlee – please don’t fall off the cab, Neil! – and a fantastic song, the cast and crew bite off quite a challenge and more than deliver on it. Plus, the word “refute” has never sounded better.

1. “Let’s Go to the Mall”
Episode: “Slap Bet,” Season 2 | Was there every any doubt what would top our list? Robin Sparkles’ first appearance came as such an unexpected and hilarious surprise, this is one spoiler we’re glad never leaked. Everything from the lyrics to the dance moves to the ’80s kitsch is so infectious, it makes you want to dig out your old jelly bracelets, find two strangers named Jessica and Tori, and hit the mall.

Bonus: Marshall Dancing

Episode: OK Awesome, Season 1 | We just couldn’t bring ourselves not to include this moment from an old Season 1 favorite. Once you see Marshall bust a move, you’ll understand why.

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20 Secrets About Dirty Dancing Revealed

Watch: Abigail Breslin on Recreating "Dirty Dancing's" Iconic Lift

Thirty-five years later, we're still having the time of our lives.

Made for just $6 million, no one expected Dirty Dancing to be a hit—let alone become an enduring pop culture phenomenon—when it was released on Aug. 21, 1987. In fact, producer Linda Gottlieb revealed in 2012 that the script was turned down 43 times before a small studio, Vestron, finally agreed to make the movie.

But Dirty Dancing defied expectations, making $214 million at the box office and later going on to win an Oscar. The key to the film's success was likely the chemistry between its two leads, Jennifer Grey and Patrick Swayze, as naïve resort guest Baby and charismatic dance teacher Johnny turned their portrayers. . Too bad the co-stars couldn't stand each other when filming began, though you wouldn't know it by watching the finished product. 


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So, to celebrate its 35th anniversary, put down that watermelon you're carrying and make like the wind to check out these behind-the-scenes facts about Dirty Dancing, including the major stars who auditioned for the lead roles, the movie "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" was originally written for and which actor was replaced after the first week of filming. ..


1. The film's title was almost changed to I Was a Teenage Mambo Queen after Dirty Dancing caused authorities at the Canadian border to hold up the dailies "because they thought it was a porn film," screenwriter Eleanor Bergstein, who based the movie on her own life experience, revealed to Cosmo in 2017.

2. Billy Zane, Benicio Del Toro and Val Kilmer were all considered for brooding dance instructor Johnny Castle before Patrick Swayze, who had extensively trained the Harkness and Joffrey Ballet Schools, was cast in the role that would make him a superstar.

3. But Swayze almost turned down Dirty Dancing due to a serious knee injury he sustained during his Broadway days, with his resume even reading "no dancing." 

4. Before Jennifer Grey was cast as Baby, Sarah Jessica Parker and Winona Ryder auditioned. Grey later revealed to The New York Times that she was paid $50,000 for the film. 


4. Non-dancer Grey admitted she was terrified to partner with Swayze, despite already having worked with him in Red Dawn

Swayze was "a great dancer and he was fearless," Grey told The Hollywood Reporter in 2016. "His fearlessness with my fearfulness—like his lack of Jewishness and my super Jewishness—together was like a marriage where you have two opposites. He'd do anything and I'd be scared to do anything."

5. But there was initially tension between the two leads, who often clashed over their different approaches to acting. 

"She seemed particularly emotional, sometimes bursting into tears if someone criticized her," Swayze wrote in his 2009 autobiography, The Time of My Life. "Other times, she slipped into silly moods, forcing us to do scenes over and over again when she'd start laughing." 

6. Choreographer Kenny Ortega used their real-life dynamic to fuel Johnny and Baby's chemistry on-screen.  

"Both of them brought so much every day," Ortega told People in 2017. "Sometimes, it was conflict; sometimes it was love. There was something there between the two of them that was unexplainable. They were human fireworks."


7. A turning point for the actors came during the film's iconic lift scene in the lake, Swayze and Grey bonding over the difficult experience.

"It was horrifyingly, hypothermically cold in that lake, and we filmed that scene over and over," Swayze wrote in his autobiography. "And despite the fact that Jennifer was very light, when you're lifting someone in water, even the skinniest little girl can feel like 500 pounds."

8. But all their hard work proved to be worth it, with Grey reflecting on finally nailing the lift with Swayze in her 2022 memoir, Out of the Corner, that she held off doing the infamous move until they filmed the climactic final dance scene. 

"What you see between us in that scene was also real," she wrote. "Real gratitude. Real respect. Real care. If that's not love, what is?"

9. The scene in which Baby keeps laughing as Johnny trails his fingers down her arm was unscripted as Grey really was ticklish and Swayze's annoyance was very real. 

"We didn't even remember we had that footage because we then shot it where she didn't laugh, and it was only when we were in the editing room that our dance editor found this," Bergstein told Cosmo. "When we saw it, we burst out laughing, and when Jennifer and Patrick saw it for the first time, they burst out laughing because we'd completely forgotten that this had even happened. We just thought it was so funny that we used it and loved it."


10. Baby's mother was originally played by Lynne Lipton, but she was replaced by Kelly Bishop after Lipton became ill during the first week of shooting. Bishop had initially been cast as Vivian Pressman, the resort guest interested in Johnny. The film's assistant choreographer Miranda Garrison then took over the role of Vivian.

11. Sex therapist Dr. Ruth Westheimer was initially set to play Mrs. Schumacher, but she backed out when she learned the character was revealed to be the resort's thief. 

12. In order to secure a corporate sponsorship, producers asked Bergstein to take Penny's abortion out of the script, which she refused to do.

"I always had known this would happen one day," the writer explained. "I said, 'Hey, I would love to, but I can't because if I take it out everything will fall apart.' There's no story without that. Everything just crumbles, nothing will make any sense. They said, 'Too bad, we should have thought of that sooner,' and so we didn't do it."

13. After watching the initial cut of the movie, some of the producers had little faith in it, according to Bergstein.

"[Producer Aaron Ross] told us to burn the negative and take the insurance," she revealed to Today in 2017. "Everyone told us constantly what a negligible piece of junk it was."


14. The film's soundtrack held the No. 1 spot on the Billboard album chart for over four months and has sold more than 14 million copies. "(I've Had) The Time of My Life" went on to win the Oscar for Best Original Song.

15. Jane Brucker, who played Baby's flighty older sister Lisa, wrote the song "Hula Hana," which she performed in the talent show rehearsal scene.

16. "She's Like the Wind," which Swayze co-wrote and performed, was originally intended for the soundtrack for the actor's 1984 comedy Grandview, U.S.A. And Rob Lowe revealed on The Joe Rogan Experience podcast in 2020 that Swayze also attempted to get the song into their 1986 film Youngbloods

17. Matthew Broderick, who was dating Grey at the time of filming, makes an uncredited cameo in the film's final scene as one of the talent show attendees.


18. Dirty Dancing became the first film to sell more than a million copies for home video.

19. A prequel, Dirty Dancing: Havana Nights, was released in 2004 and a made-for-TV remake starring Abigail Breslin as Baby aired in 2015. 

20. In 2020, E! News confirmed Grey was set to executive produce and star in a new Dirty Dancing film. Though details of the plot were not revealed, Grey confirmed that she will be playing Baby in new version in a recent interview with The Los Angeles Times.

"I'm excited by the challenge of looking at it from the point of view of what happens when it's 30 years later and it's the '90s," she said. "What happens with the person that had that experience—what happened to her and what is now relevant about the original story at a different moment; looking at it through a different lens."

Grey also confirmed the movie will be released Valentine's Day 2024.

We loved them, but they lied to us

Such "Friends" exist

We plunge into the warm cozy serial little worlds, not noticing how they form models in the subconscious of everything that is so important for everyone. But when we are convinced that life does not correspond to the patterns we have learned, we experience deep disappointment. What ideas do our favorite stories obsessively inspire us with? Six young people hang out together for hours every day and manage not to get bored with each other. It is unlikely that anyone has such acquaintances, but after watching 10 seasons of "Friends" it is impossible not to believe. They will always prefer anything to just sit together in a coffee shop and chat. Neither the birth of children, nor parting, nor financial difficulties affect their communication. In this world, at every important moment of your life, all close friends will be there.

The stereotype of friendship is generally very popular among TV series creators. The Big Bang Theory, How I Met Your Mother, Sex and the City paint a rare case of perfect (even unrealistic) friendships as something completely ordinary.

It's easy to live beautifully

Carrie Bradshaw can afford Manolo Blahnik and designer clothes on her salary as a columnist, constantly hangs out in fashionable clubs and rents an apartment in Manhattan. All the same "Friends" sit in a coffee shop all day long and at the same time have a successful career. Obviously, these people are such valuable employees that they are willing to pay just like that.

Social differences are not a hindrance to love

Let's take everyone's favorite "Pretty Woman": he is a successful businessman, she is a prostitute. There is an abyss between their upbringing, tastes and outlook on life. It seems that when passions cool down, her simplicity with a touch of vulgarity will no longer seem so sweet to him.

Another example of a princess-groom relationship served with a new sauce is Twilight. At the beginning of the story, Edward gives the impression of a wise and world-weary intellectual, and Bella is a dim-witted simple schoolgirl. It is not clear what these relations, presented as ideal, are based on. Such an embodiment of the principle “they are so different, and yet they are together” looks very romantic on the screen, but in life it does not always work.

With the wedding, the main difficulties will end

How often in Disney cartoons the heroines fall in love with their princes at first sight and in the end, having defeated all evil, happily run with them to the altar. What happens next, we do not know, but we believe that the spouses live in perfect harmony. In reality, there are high chances that the fairy-tale family will not fall apart, except that Belle and the monster, because even before the happy ending, the heroine managed to fully taste the charms of the character of her chosen one and still stayed with him.

Birthdays are sure to be fun

Birthday parties in movies and TV shows always look great: fun chatter, balloons, treats, confetti, party hats. Moreover, the heroes often do not even know that a real surprise awaits them outside the door. It turns out that in order for your holiday to go off with a bang, it is enough for you to be a good person, and your friends will organize everything themselves. But how often do we get such parties in real life? Many people already feel especially unhappy on their birthday, and beautiful pictures from films can only aggravate this condition.

You just have to try and everything will work out

Learn to dance beautifully in a few days? Easily! Baby from the iconic Dirty Dancing was able to do it. To master the skill of a geisha in a matter of months, what takes years in real life? Memoirs of a Geisha leaves no doubt that this is possible. From such stories, one is drawn to the following lesson: no matter how difficult the task, the main thing is to try. Alas, strong motivation is a necessary, but not the only condition in order to develop some kind of skill, especially if it relates to art.

Passions must boil

Do you remember those good old series: Wild Angel, Tropicanka, Clone, etc.? In the 90s, Latin American telenovelas were an integral part of life for many. All of them could have ended in fifteen or twenty episodes, but in order for the epic to last six months, the desperately in love main characters had to go through obstacles, suffering and stormy scenes without fail. In real life, the constant companion of relationships will most likely not be seething passions, but quarrels over unwashed dishes and scattered things.

Love is proved by grand gestures

There were so many such episodes that it is impossible to count them. In Ten Things I Hate About You, Heath Ledger's character sings to Julia Stiles about his feelings at the stadium in such a way that everyone present can hear him. In The Strangers, Owen Wilson explains to Rachel McAdams at the altar during her sister's wedding. All in the same "Pretty Woman" Richard Gere, overcoming the fear of heights, crawls up the fire escape to Julia Roberts with a bouquet in his teeth to the aria from "La Traviata". To correct their mistake and prove the seriousness of their intentions, movie characters regularly resort to grand gestures. Girls often expect the same from their gentlemen, especially after quarrels. But it is unlikely that real men are as willing as movie characters are ready to beg for forgiveness under the windows in the middle of the night.

And finally…

Where would we be without it, the notorious female orgasm? Apparently, the relevance of this topic will not shed a feather, no matter how much they write about it. Take, for example, the film and novel “50 Shades of Grey”, which made a splash: the description of the feelings experienced by Anastasia Steele will make the lion's share of readers (and now spectators) at least surprised, and at most suspect that something is wrong with their body .

And now imagine a simple girl Masha. She has friends, but she hasn't seen them in over a week. She has a good salary, but Masha cannot afford to rent an apartment and buy everything her heart desires. Her boyfriend does not fill her with flowers, and after quarrels does not sing love ballads to her. She has been going to dances for six months and is still upset that she is not doing well. She comes home from work and turns on her favorite series. And as the images flash before her eyes, the thought crosses her mind that she will never have hair like Rachel Green, clothes like Carrie Bradshaw, or at least dragons like Daenerys.

Nicole Scherzinger - biography, photo, personal life, husband and children, height and weight, listen songs online Nicole Scherzinger is an American pop singer, the lead singer of The Pussycat Dolls, popular at the turn of the 90s and 2000s. She writes lyrics and music herself, dances beautifully and poses for glossy publications. She appeared in several films: Men in Black, Chasing Papi, Dirty Dancing, starred in television series, the most popular of which can be called the sitcom How I Met Your Mother, where Nicole got the episodic role of Jessica Glitter.

Pictured: Nicole Scherzinger

Childhood, youth, family

Nicole Praskovia Elikolani Valiente Scherzinger (this is the full name of the singer) was born in the summer of 1978 in the family of Filipino Alfonso Valiente and Rosemary Elicolani, half Ukrainian, a quarter Hawaiian and a quarter Samoan. Parents at that time lived in Honolulu, and Nicole's mother was only eighteen years old.

Nicole Scherzinger as a child

Already a well-known artist, the performer posted on her Instagram page a photo with her two grandmothers. The signature below it read:
My ohana ["family" in Hawaiian - approx.]. Consists of the most powerful women on earth. Made of hundreds, but these two represent it. Hawaiian and Ukrainian queens! Warriors with the biggest hearts and the strongest faith! Love you.
Rosemary did not live long with her daughter's father. She divorced Alfonso in 1981 and moved with Nicole to another state - Kentucky, settling in the city of Louisville. There she met the German Catholic Harry Scherzinger and soon gave birth to another girl, whom she named Keala.

Nicole Scherzinger in high school

The stepfather, who gave Nicole his last name, raised the sisters in strict accordance with religious principles. From an early age, Nicole was taught discipline and order, the girl knew that she had to fulfill her duties around the house and only then could she walk. As a teenager, Nicole almost fell into depression due to complexes:
…I used to be very critical of myself, especially at a young age. I was like in prison. When I was fourteen, I started running. I could go for a run in the middle of the night. The thoughts in my head said that I should only be the best.
Classes in the theater studio helped to defeat the rejection of one's body. Scherzinger participated in amateur theatrical productions, for example, played Velma Kelly in the musical "Chicago", performed in concerts with songs.

After completing her high school education, Nicole moved to Dayton and enrolled in acting at Wright University. In 1999, she went to an audition and became the backing vocalist for Days Of The News. The girl never finished her studies at the university.

First groups

Together with the group Days Of The News, Nicole recorded their second untitled album, which fans called "green" because of the color of the cover. But soon discord began between the musicians, and the aspiring singer left the band and tried to break into the musical Olympus on her own.

Nicole Scherzinger as part of Eden's Crush

2001 can be called successful, when Scherzinger recorded two compositions in tandem with Barry Dyck and became a member of the American "star factory" Popstars. The singer was noticed and offered a position as a vocalist in the girl group Eden's Crush. But the reality was not what Nicole expected - four other members of the group constantly brought her to tears with insults and conflicts.

Nicole Scherzinger & Eden's Crush - VO (2001)

The group soon ceased to exist, as the company that sponsored Eden's Crush closed. Nicole took the pseudonym Kea and recorded several solo compositions. One of them, "Breakfasy In Bed", later became the soundtrack to Peter Segal's comedy "50 First Dates" with Drew Barrymore and Adam Sandler.

The Pussycat Dolls and solo career

In 2003, Nicole became a full member of The Pussycat Dolls, which she drew attention to even earlier. At first it was a burlesque group with dance performances, later songs began to appear, and in order to finally become a musical group, the band announced a casting for the role of a vocalist. Nicole passed it along with Melody Thornton and Kaya Jones and not only became the main voice of the group, but also wrote songs herself.

The Pussycat Dolls and Nicole Scherzinger

She released two studio albums with the Dolls in 2005 and 2008: PCD and Doll Domination. The first went platinum twice, and the compositions "Don't Cha", "Sttickwitu" and "Buttons" (authored by Nicole and Sean Garrett) occupied the top lines of the American charts.

The Pussycat Dolls – Don't Cha

The spectacular brunette began to be celebrated more and more often, especially after a tour of the cities of America. The girl appeared in the "Hot-100" of the men's edition of Maxim (22nd place on the list). Opera singers and actors agreed to record duets with the charming soloist of The Pussycat Dolls. So, Nicole sang along with Vittorio Grigolo and Will Smith, and also shot a video for the song Scream with Timbaland and Keri Hilson.

Nicole Scherzinger rose to fame in the 2000s

In 2009, the group went on a big world tour, after which there was a break between Scherzinger and the rest of the members. In a later interview, the singer admitted that the discord was largely due to the busy schedule of performances and psychological problems among the group members. Scherzinger, for example, suffered from bulimia, but was afraid to admit it to her colleagues. Another participant, Jessica Satta, relieved constant stress with alcohol.

Internal dissatisfaction was growing, it was impossible to speak frankly. Nicole spoke about this only years later:

I hid my mental problem from the whole world, I was very ashamed. When you're fighting your own demons and insecurities, it's not something you want to share with other people.
In parallel with her work with the Pussycat Dolls, Scherzinger always dreamed of releasing a solo album, prepared material and even came up with the name of the future record - "Her Name is Nicole". But the release of the disc was delayed. But instead of the expected release in 2009year, Nicole's debut solo album was released only in 2011 and was called "Killer Love".

Nicole Scherzinger - Your Love

It is noteworthy that she performed the song “Power’s Out” in a duet with the famous Sting, and a remix of the song “Heartbeat” with Enrique Iglesias. The disc was released only in European countries and in Australia, and was never released in the USA. Then the singer began work on a new album, which was released in 2014 and was called Big Fat Lie.

Nicole Scherzinger during her solo career

At the end of 2019, Nicole announced on Instagram that The Pussycat Dolls were reuniting and going on a world tour in 2020. The group, indeed, in almost full strength, performed on The X Factor with a new composition "React", after which they announced that they were no longer subject to pressure from record companies, because of which the ex-participants had been in silent confrontation with each other for more than ten years.

The Pussycat Dolls – React

The band's world tour was postponed to 2021 due to the coronavirus pandemic, but TPD continued to work on developing a new album.

Movie roles

Scherzinger demonstrated her artistic gift more than once in the cinema. At first, these were small roles in television series: in 2001, she played Veronica in the family comedy My Wife and Children and a guest pop star in Sabrina the Teenage Witch. She then appeared as Jasmine in Half and Half and as Miss Puerto Rico in Chasing Papi.

An interesting experience for Nicole was the experience of filming in Troy Beyer's melodrama "Love Costs Nothing" and the crime comedy "Be Cool!". The actress also played Vanessa in the TV series Wizards of Waverly Place.

As an actress, Nicole was especially remembered by the audience as Lilly, the girlfriend of the main villain Boris in the fantastic action movie Men in Black 3.

Nicole Scherzinger in Men in Black 3

And in 2017, the musical film Dirty Dancing was released on television, where Nicole showed off her choreographic talents. True, the musical itself did not have much success, since it was, in fact, a remake of the picture with Patrick Swayze in the title role.

Nicole Scherzinger dancing

Private life of Nicole Scherzinger

For a long time, the singer did not develop relationships with the opposite sex. So, she met with the frontman of the 311 group Nick Hexam for a long time, was engaged to him, but the matter never came to official registration - in 2004 the couple broke up.

Nicole Scherzinger and Nick Hexam

In 2006, Nicole briefly dated American actor Talan Torriero, who was 9 years younger. But at that moment, the singer was working hard on new material and did not take the novel as something serious, as well as the following relationship with comedian Dane Cook.

She then met Formula 1 champion Lewis Hamilton. Their relationship has often been the subject of heated discussion, since since 2007, when they declared themselves a couple, they broke up several times, then converged again.

Nicole Scherzinger and Lewis Hamilton

At the start of 2015, Scherzinger announced her final breakup, a difficult decision she says she and Nick made together. Seven years of deep feelings were never crowned with a legal marriage, and Nicole so wanted a wedding and a big family.

In 2015 the couple broke up for good

Parting with her beloved man, Nicole, according to rumors, tried to survive in the arms of fleeting boyfriends. There were talks about her hobbies with the Greek footballer Paytim Kasami, the British musician Ed Sheeran. But only with the Bulgarian tennis player Grigor Dimitrov, Nicole again spoke of love and hoped that this relationship would develop into something more. She harbored these hopes for three years, but then gave up.

With Grigor Dimitrov

In 2019, the media again started talking about Scherzinger and her new love. It turned out to be a former rugby player, 35-year-old Tom Evans. He was a member of the show The X-Factor, and 42-year-old Nicole was on the jury. Soon, the singers began to appear on Instagram their joint photos and hot declarations of love.

Nicole Scherzinger is currently dating Tom Evans

In an interview, she called Tom a colleague and best friend, the man of her life and dreams. In 2020, Nicole introduced her lover to her family, and when the borders were opened, she went with him to Portugal to meet Evans' parents.

Nicole Scherzinger is now

In early 2021, it became known that the singer was fully focused on The Pussycat Dolls, refusing solo releases. The group signed a contract with the well-known promotion agency Maverick Management. In addition, Nicole took part in the BBC initiative to celebrate popular compositions from famous musicals. On Radio 2, as part of the Musicals: The Greatest Show special, Scherzinger recorded the song "Never Enough" from the musical play The Greatest Showman.

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