Nicole Scherzinger is dishing girl group dirt!

Former lead singer of The Pussycat Dolls recently sat down for an interview with Huffington Post Live to share her Dolls' experiences and the transition to a solo career.

"I wasn't able to enjoy it...I was too focused on the work, too focused on what's the next single? What's the next hit? What's the next vision?" she explained. "And then solo wise, I had matured a lot more, so even though it might not have been as big of [a] success in sales, I felt like I was more liberated and just got to be me and do me." 

Nicole is a prime example that stardom isn't a walk in the park; it's just as stressful, if not more, than any other job.

Despite her tumultuous time with The Dolls, she hints at a ruiniting,"Who knows, one day we might get The Dolls back together—if it's meant to be." 

She describes her old group as a "pop girl gang." Classic Nicole.

Scherzinger also revealed to HuffPo that she once had the gall to confront the stone-hearted Simon Cowell. Check it out in the video above. 

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