Nicole Scherzinger is definitely the one that we want!
The Pussycat Dolls star showed off her sultry Sandy look on Tuesday after she belted out the famous tune, “You’re the One That I Want” from the cult classic film, “Grease.” It was electrifying! She pulled out all the stops for her performance and wore skin-tight leather pants, a chic black belt, a shoulderless top, and a blonde wig. She made kissy faces at the camera with her ruby red lips.
“You’re the one that I want ??❤️,” Nicole captioned her Greasy pics.
It seems like she is looking for any excuse to dress up and sing while she is stuck at home and we are thankful! When her friend asked her to participate in the fun video, she jumped at the opportunity.
“Ya’ll ain’t ready for Hawaiian Olivia Newton John????Thanks Gaza @officialgarybarlow for having me on #TheCroonerSessions it was so much fun LITERALLY getting in to character with you ?,” she wrote on social media.
Her fans were extremely thankful and entertained.
“You can literally sing anything,” one follower wrote, while another said, “The transformation… I didn’t expect it at all!! ???”
Nicole has been taking her fans backward through time via her outfits. She’s clearly in the ’50s with her “Grease” outfit but she showed off her classic ’80s vibe last month. Dressed in a tight blue crop top and neon pink pants, Nicole did the viral TikTok dance set to The Weeknd‘s hit song, “Blinding Lights.” Of course what ’80s outfit would be complete without a matching pink headband, wristbands, and oversized scrunched up socks.
“Alright #MondayMotivation… who’s ready to jazzercise with me?? ??♀️??” Nicole joked in the caption of her video.
Uhhhh, she is the most fun to be stuck at home with!
As previously mentioned, the star is going crazy with the Instagram outfits to keep herself entertained. A few days ago, she celebrated Lei Day, a statewide celebration in Hawaii. Nicole, who was born in Honolulu, wore a crown of beautiful flowers to honor her home state.
“#HappyLeiDay to all my ohana and friends back home?? #LeiDay in Hawaii, symbolizes spreading aloha, LOVE. Sending aloha and gratitude to all of the essential and frontline workers who are helping others during this time ??❤️,” Scherzinger said.