London: Singer Nicole Scherzinger insists that she gave the job “110 per cent” effort and has “no regrets”, post her departure from the U.S. TV talent show ‘X Factor’.
The ‘Don`t Hold Your Breath’ hitmaker stepped in to replace Cheryl Cole last year, but now has been axed from the line-up along with Paula Abdul and host Steve Jones ahead of the second season.
“What happened? Well, all I know is that I gave 110 per cent to that show. I don’t know. I know everybody’s talking about it. They’re saying good, bad, they love me or hate me, but the one thing you can’t say is that I didn’t give it my all...” the Daily Express quoted her as telling Access Hollywood.
“I had a wonderful experience on the show. I loved being a part of my `X Factor` family. Nothing could obviously prepare me for everything I had to go through, all the emotions and stuff, but I have no regrets.
“I’ve always believed in never looking back and just moving forward and I’ve got an amazing year to look forward to,” she added.