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Nicole Scherzinger: Jay-Z show was unreal

Published 17/03/2013

Nicole Scherzinger
Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger has gushed about Jay-Z and Kanye West's Watch The Throne tour, saying it's the most "epic" show she's ever been to.

The two rap superstars collaborated on their Watch The Throne project, playing their new music at venues around the world.

Nicole went to watch them in concert and says it was the best show experience she's ever had.

"Seeing Jay-Z and Kanye at their Watch The Throne concert last year was epic," she gushed in an interview with British magazine more! "I'd also love to see Ed Sheeran live. That kid is super-talented."

The Boomerang songstress also revealed what music she is listening to at the moment, adding: "Babel by Mumford & Sons. They're amazing - I'd like to be them right now! I'm also loving Aussie band for KING & COUNTRY too."

Nicole also revealed her favourite read and what she likes to watch on TV. The raven-haired beauty discussed what films she's been watching at the cinema recently too.

"I like to give self-help book The Purpose Driven Life by Rick Warren to friends as a gift, as it's such a great read. The Power Of Now is good, too," she explained. "I don't watch TV, but I saw [former Pussycat Doll] Ashley on [British reality TV show] I'm A Celebrity. It's bonkers the cr*p they eat and crawl around in. I was proud of her, though.

"[Les Misérables was] pretty good. I like movie musicals. In fact I've just been watching Evita because Andrew Lloyd Webber has asked me to sing for his tribute TV show."

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