Nicole Scherzinger made sure she looked “real cute” following her breakup.
The former Pussycat Doll and Formula One driver Lewis Hamilton had been in an on and off relationship since 2008, but ended things in July this year.
Since their split, the 35-year-old has been showing off her amazing figure in an array of revealing outfits, designed to make her feel better about the heartache.
“After my breakup, I made sure I was looking cute. Real cute. I did my hair, I got tanned and got toned,” she revealed to British newspaper The Sun.
Last month Lewis, 28, was spotted leaving Nicole’s London hotel after talking for several hours.
There were rumors of a possible reconciliation, but now the brunette has shed light on their catch up.
“We’re just friends. Just friends,” she clarified. “We just, um, met up to speak that night. That’s all. You [the media] actually make us way more exciting than what we are.
“I hope [people just want it to work out]. I would love that because that only means that they like us. The public isn’t like that with every couple.
“But, for now, we are just friends.”
Since the breakup, Nicole has admitted heartache “sucks” and there has been speculation Lewis promised her a family if she agrees to give things another shot.
While there seems to be no definite future right now, the star has learnt a lot.
“I got really deep into my spirituality. I know that’s not what you really talk about over here [the UK] but for me it’s been my savior,” she revealed.
“A lot of times in relationships people lose themselves – they lose that sparkle, that shine, their purpose and how ‘schmazing’ they can be.
“For me, I had to get back to my core, my center, my soul.
“But whatever the future holds, I don’t rule anything out. I also don’t have any regrets.”
She might not be sure about her relationship with Lewis, but Nicole also hasn’t been distracting herself with other men.
“I’ve not been dating. That’s not where my head’s been at. At all,” she said
“You have to be happy with yourself before you’re happy with anyone else.”
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