Pussycat Doll Nicole Scherzinger has posted a clip and photographs on Instagram that have gotten followers reminiscing over 2008 ballad I Hate This Part
Image: Nicole Scherzinger/Instagram)
Nicole Scherzinger took to the desert and reminded followers of The Pussycat Dolls’ of their noughties’ hey day.
The 43-year-old singer posted a brief clip and a collection of sultry images on Instagram with the footage and pictures paying homage to the music video for the lady band’s 2008 ballad I Hate This Part.
Back then Nicole was joined by bandmates Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta, Melody Thornton and Kimberly Wyatt within the desert for a video that has been streamed greater than 100 million occasions however, now, she has whipped up a sand storm of her personal.
To a soundtrack of Kanye West’ s Ultraviolet Beam, the video sees Nicole, wearing a flowery cut-out costume and together with her again to the digital camera, method and stroll via a door-less Greco-Roman fashion picket door body within the desert. Moving slowly with benches to her left and proper, she then throws her proper arm within the air and caresses her shiny darkish locks.
Nicole goes on to stretch each arms over her head earlier than spinning round to disclose perfectly-toned legs in a pair of black buckle leather-based boots, whereas placing her arms collectively in a praying movement. Finally, she arcs herself backwards together with her face trying on the digital camera earlier than springing ahead because the video, which is captioned “Keep the faith”, involves an finish.
Fans rapidly rushed to go away feedback with one writing: “I don’t know why, but this kind of reminds me of I Hate This Part music video. Anyway, thank you for this my love.”
Others had additionally drawn the identical comparisons when Nicole, who has 5.2 million followers on Insta, posted a collection of 10 similarly-themed footage in the identical breathtaking location. The first 4 footage once more featured the door-less door body, whereas the subsequent two noticed Nicole, with pink lipstick on, posing amid huge rock boulders.
The last 4 photos then centered on a surprising sundown over the desert plains. Nicole posted the pictures alongside the phrases: “The desert bringing out the warrior goddess in me” and, on seeing the primary shot of Nicole standing within the door body, artist Danny Minnick merely quipped: “That is a framed masterpiece.”
Another stated: “Desert warrior queen! Love the sunset in one of the pics. I’m getting I Hate This Park/Xanadu (the dress) vibes.” Two extra posters, in the meantime, added: “I Hate This Part vibes” and “I Hate This Part 2.0.”
The footage obtained slightly below 40,000 likes throughout their first day of being posted, whereas the video attracted slightly below 7,000 inside three hours.
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