Belfast Telegraph

Monday 21 April 2014

Scherzinger catches dinner

Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger held a pair of octopuses she caught herself and shared it with the world on Instagram.

The former Pussycat Dolls singer shared a snap of herself holding up two octopuses on Tuesday.

The star is currently on holiday in Hawaii and took the opportunity to get hands on with her next meal.

"Dinner served. #he'e #octopus #HAWAII," she wrote alongside a snap of herself posted on Instagram.

The 35-year-old has been proudly showing off her healthy habits during the trip to her homeland.

The brunette also posted snaps of her workout regime on the sand and displayed a series of flexible poses as she practiced yoga on the beach.

Nicole, who is a judge on Britain's X Factor TV talent show, is clearly enjoying a break from filming.

The sunny holiday follows news of her recent split from longtime partner Lewis Hamilton.

Nicole began dating the Formula One racer in 2008 but the on/off couple allegedly parted ways earlier this year because of their incompatible schedules.

According to reports, the pair recently found themselves free and jumped at the chance to reunite at her Beverly Hills mansion.

"Both Nicole and Lewis had a bit of time off so it was the perfect time to meet," a source told British newspaper Sunday People.

"After the split he was devastated so when he suggested that he fly out to see Nicole, he was delighted she said yes."

It is claimed that both Nicole and Lewis remain madly in love with each other but their rigorous work and travel schedules will prevent them from being together for the rest of the year.

"They desperately want to be together but they know that from now until Christmas is going to be really tough," the insider explained.

"They're both willing to give it their best shot and try to make a success of it though."

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