Nicole Scherzinger blames Bulimia for rift with former bandmates
Nicole Scherzinger has recently admitted that it was her eating disorder that made her distant from her Pussy Cat Dolls' bandmates.
London: Nicole Scherzinger has recently admitted that it was her eating disorder that made her distant from her Pussy Cat Dolls' bandmates.
The American recording artist had apologized to her former bandmates Carmit Bachar, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta, Melody Thornton and Kimberly Wyatt, as she feels that her Bulimia caused distance between them, the Mirror reported.
The 'Boomerang' star said that she never opened up to her bandmates to talk about her problems and would use to push them away from her, as she was battling this horrible secret illness, Bulimia.
The 36-year-old singer opened up about her battle with the disease and revealed in an interview that from 18 years to mid-30s she had suffered from Bulimia , because of her low self-esteem and a crippling lack of confidence.
The singer added that it took her a long time to deal with these issues, and now she feels so annoyed about the fact that she let that disease to take over.