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Wednesday 23 July 2014

Nicole Scherzinger: Cowell calls me Tiger

Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger has revealed Simon Cowell's nickname for her is "his Tiger".

The X Factor judge has a strong relationship with the show's boss.

She joked that she's always telling him to text her but denies she is a flirt.

"I keep telling Simon [Cowell] to hit me up. He's like, 'I don't think so Nicole.' He calls me his Tiger," Nicole revealed to British magazine Grazia. "No way [does he flirt]. But I'm not a flirt, I'm very loyal and loving to my boyfriend."

The former Pussycat Dolls singer is fond of an alcoholic drink now and again. The feisty American has been in London recently and warned she hasn't shown her true colours while in the city yet. She hopes it won't be long till she is partying with the British royals, with her sights firmly set on a night with the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge.

"I'm loving my thirties. [Do I drink?] Hell yes! I have Russian blood! I haven't been out and let rip in London but I can drink a lot of people under the table," Nicole threatened. "I've been to Essex pubs. Next, is having a pint with Kate and Wills."

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