Nicole Scherzinger’s "greatest weakness" is love.
The former Pussycat Dolls star – who previously dated Formula One racing driver Lewis Hamilton and is currently in a relationship with tennis star Grigor Dimitrov – believes she is a "fool for love" and says the "bravest thing" she has ever done is letting someone she loves go.
She said: "My greatest weakness is – I’m a fool for love. A real sucker … The bravest thing I’ve ever done is loving someone and letting them go when you know it’s not healthy for you, or serving you. Then you’re finally loving yourself."
And whilst the 38-year-old singer spends most of her time jetting around the world, she misses being close to her family in Hawaii but sees travelling as a "new chapter and a new beginning" in her life.
She shared to The Express’ S Magazine: "The last time I cried was last night. I was sad. Coming to the UK means embarking on a lot. It’s a new chapter and a new beginning. I’m excited, but inside I really miss my home and my family. My mum, sisters and nieces are so far away."
Meanwhile, Nicole previously admitted she struggles with homesickness so likes to keep busy to avoid those feelings.
She explained: "I get homesick. England keeps me busy and I love the amazing restaurants here but I really do miss the island. One of my friends said I’m a bit of a masochist. I like keeping busy. I’m better when I’m being productive."
And the brunette beauty feels very positive about her life at the moment.
She admitted: "I’m at a very good place now. I’m really happy. I don’t feel like there is any wall up or any tension or awkwardness. But that’s what’s so great with time and life and experience. What doesn’t break you or doesn’t kill you really only makes you stronger.
"I wasn’t shying away from anything. But I’m not taking any low digs or slaps at my past relationship because that’s just not who I am. Music speaks for itself and it’s open to interpretation for everyone. But everything I sing, I sing it from my piece of truth."