Nicole Scherzinger is in Her “UK Girl Era” After Moving to London
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Ahead of starring in West End show Sunset Boulevard, Nicole Scherzinger announced that she’s moved to London, England. The Pussycat Dolls singer will be playing the character of Norma Desmond in a brand-new drama production.
Nicole Scherzinger Reveals She’s Moved to London
In a series of snaps she posted on Instagram last Wednesday, Scherzinger can be seen confidently wearing her flowery pink dress as she poses by one of London’s red telephone boxes. The songstress was displaying her dress while carrying her Celine bag.
“Guess who’s moved to London,” she wrote.
Later, she posted a video showing herself in her “UK girl era.” In the clip, she’s seen doing a series of British activities. These include having afternoon tea, hailing a London cab, enjoying a Greggs, and looking at a pic of the late Queen. To emphasize the vibe of her experience, she set “Sweet Caroline” by Neil Diamond as background music.
Her move to London took place ahead of her comeback to the stage as Norma in Sunset Boulevard. This return is her first performance eight years after she was nominated for an Olivier Award for her portrayal of Grizabella in Cats.
She Smears Blood Over Her Body During Opening Night of Sunset Boulevard
During the first preview performance of Sunset Boulevard at the Savoy Theater, Scherzinger put on a horrifying yet impressive act. Covered in fake blood, the actress gave ger bows during the curtain call of the new production. For his part, her co-star Tom Francis was shirtless, wearing just a pair of black boxer briefs.
Scherzinger also made an appearance outside the theatre and gave fans an opportunity to have her autograph. While outside though, she looked fresh-faced after washing off the fake blood from her skin.
Sunset Boulevard is a musical based on the 1950 film of the same name. Featuring songs composed by Andrew Lloyd Webber, it tells the story of silent-film star who dreams of making her comeback, enlisting the help of a struggling screenwriter.
The production is playing a limited run on the West End through January 6, 2024. Thus, it’s fair to conclude that Scherzinger will remain staying in London until next year.