Nicole Scherzinger wants to apologise to her former The Pussycat Dolls bandmates.
When asked who she would like to say sorry to, she 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 to talk about my problems and I would shut myself away – and push them away – because I was battling this horrible secret illness, bulimia.”
The singer – who has since enjoyed a prosperous solo career – joined the band as the lead vocalist in 2005 and enjoyed chart success with the band with their hit singles ‘Don’t Cha’, ‘When I Grow Up’ and ‘Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny)’, before their split in 2010.
The 36-year-old star – who is currently dating Formula One champion Lewis Hamilton – recently admitted the disease had a huge impact on her life for over a decade but has since overcome the problem.
She told Event magazine: “Between 18 right up to my mid-30s I suffered from bulimia. It was all wrapped up with my low self-esteem and a crippling lack of confidence. It’s taken me a long time to deal with these issues and I feel so annoyed that I let that disease take over.”