“Nicole Scherzinger Wasted 7 Years Dating Lewis Hamilton”

“Nicole Scherzinger Wasted 7 Years Dating Lewis Hamilton”

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Wendy Williams has attracted criticism for her awkward interview with Nicole Scherzinger .Nicole appeared on Williams’ talk show and halfway through their conversation, Williams decided to get personal..She said

“The last time I was talking about you in Hot Topics, I was talking about the seven-year relationship that you had with that racecar driver, Lewis Hamilton, ending. And I was saying—truth!—because you’re 37, and I was like, ‘This is a woman who spent seven years of her life breaking up and getting back together.’ Poor us! They can have babies whenever they want. You know what I mean? Those are seven years you can never get back,” Williams told her. “And he was really wealthy! And I was rooting for you, girl! So, I’m sorry to hear about that.”

An uncomfortable Scherzinger shrugged it off and said…

“It’s all right. It’s funny. My girlfriends are always like, ‘Honey, it’s your pretty years now. Come on. Get it together.'”

“Exactly!” Williams said. “So, are you dating now?”

Nicole shook her head and said,

“I am rubbish at dating. You know, everything happens for a reason. I’m a girl of faith and a strong believer, and seven years was a long time.”

“And the good years down here,” Williams said, pointing to her uterus.

Nicole responded

“Honey, that’s all right, though. It’s all in the spirit,” “Whatever you experience in life or relationships, you’re obviously meant to grow from it and learn more about yourself. I think as women, we…I’m still learning so much. There’s a quote by Buddha—if you’ve ever heard of him—that I like to live by and it says, ‘In the end three things matter: How much you loved, how gently you lived’—like how kind and gracious and compassionate you are—and, oh, fart, what was the last thing? It was even better. No, no, no. ‘And how gracefully you let go of the things not meant for you.’ So, that’s really important. You have to know, for us women, we’re really hard on ourselves. Sometimes we get into situations, but I think if you really trust, you work on yourself and you have faith, just know that things are working for you, not against you and not at you.”

Wendy added

“And you’ll find somebody new,”You’ll find a better one.”

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