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Nicole Scherzinger Milks Betty The Goat On Capital Breakfast!

Nicole Scherzinger came by the Capital studio this morning joining Dave and Lisa live on the show to chat about her new single, or so she thought...

With her new single 'Your Love' out now Nicole Scherzinger swung by Capital this morning for what she believed to be a spot of radio promotion for her new single, however little did she know that just next door we happened to be storing a goat - Betty. Betty had arrived earlier at the studios with farmer Tom who had brought the fit to burst goat in for milking.

After hearing we were in need of milk for our Butt Stick farmer Tom from Capel Manor College kindly rang up offering to jump in his van and bring down our new favourite show guest Betty. It was a happy coincidence both Betty and Nicole happened to be on the show in the same morning, leading us to have an idea...

Whilst being streamed live across London's air waves and Nicole never suspected what was about to happen ahead of Dave popping the question and asking the Your Love singer if she would be up for milking our neighbouring guest in the studio, live for everyone to watch. She said yes, and so we ended up with what might be the most bizarre piece of radio we've ever produced on a Monday morning!

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Nicole Scherzinger Reveals "Paralyzing" Battle With Bulimia: "It Was Such a Dark Time for Me"

Nicole Scherzinger is opening up about her personal battle with bulimia, which she's kept secret until now.

"[Opening up about bulimia] was hard for me to speak about," the 36-year-old singer reveals in a candid new interview with British Cosmopolitan. "It still is hard, and thinking about it I try not to well up."

Scherzinger reveals her toughest times with the eating disorder happened in her 20s. "It is such a horrible paralyzing disease and it was such a dark time for me," she explains. "That's why I can empathize so much with people who have demons and voices in their heads, who aren't nice to themselves. It robs you of living your life. But you can recover and you can get rid of it forever. I did it and that's why it's so important for me to share my story. I felt so alone...but I made myself so alone. You hide it from the world, you isolate yourself. But you can beat it—do not give up because you're so special and you're meant for such great things."

"I didn't think anyone knew in my group or in my family because I hid it that well, I was so ashamed," she adds. "I knew it wasn't normal or healthy because I was hurting myself through this cycle of disordered eating. It was my drug, my addiction. It's an endless vicious cycle."

Things didn't get better for Scherzinger until one particular day when she blacked out and realized she needed help.

"I had started losing my voice, I couldn't sing at shows, and then I remember my manager finding me passed out on the floor in Malta or in the south of France," the former Pussycat Dolls star says. "I thought, ‘I'm going to lose everything I love if I don't love myself.' One day when you feel like you've reached the end, you just say, ‘I'm not doing this anymore.' It's sad to see how I wasted my life. I had such a great life on the outside, the Dolls were on top of the world but I was miserable on the inside. I'm never letting that happen again; you only get one life—I was 27 only once."

The full interview appears in the August issue of British Cosmopolitan, on sale July 3.


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