Pussy Cat Dolls Singers’ New Album is About Recovery

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You may remember Nicole Scherzinger from the hit group of the early 2000’s the Pussy Cat Dolls. Or you may have watched her on the UK version of the X Factor where she acted as a judge. Now, with her second solo album recently released, Nicole is an act all her own. What you might not know about her new album is that some of its inspiration came from her struggles with eating disorders. She opens up about this in an article for the entertainment and digital news site Digital Spy, as well as in an interview with BBC Breakfast. The album, Big Fat Lie and its title track was written from a “place of strength…to help other people and inspire other people battling any disorders or any diseases themselves.” She went on to say that she “decided to title the album [Big Fat Lie] because things aren’t always what they seem. Facing those issues head-on is what has gotten [her] to the most authentic place now and a courageous place to be able to talk about it a lot and deal with it; Create something beautiful from maybe something that wasn’t once so beautiful.”

Some strength and inspiration for the end of your week.

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