They also toured with The Black Eyed Peas on their Honda Civic Tour and Christina Aguilera's Back to Basics Tour in 2006.With the success of the group's debut album, it brought Nicole into the media spotlight, which resulted in a series of duets and guest vocals with many male vocalists.Following their performance, Interscope Records asked Snoop Dogg to be part of the Pussycat Doll's next single "Buttons" adding two new verses.
Nicole sang the English version of the song "I'll Be Your Love" live with the Tokyo Symphonic Orchestra.
In November of 2002, Nicole saw burlesque group the Pussycat Dolls performing on the "Late Show with David Letterman" where Carmen Electra sang the song "Big Spender" from the Bob Fosse musical "Sweet Charity." In 2003, she auditioned for the Pussycat Dolls when they were re-cast as recording artists.
In 2001, she went to audition on the WB's reality television show "Popstars" where she auditioned with Whitney Houston's version of "I Will Always Love You" and later become a member of girl group Eden's Crush.
The group scored a pop hit with "Get Over Yourself" and released an album, but they disbanded in 2002 after their record company London-Sire Records went bankrupt.
The success of the group's debut album led them to became the most successful girl group in the world since The Spice Girls ten years ago.
Scherzinger initially generated much controversy over the provocative and sexual image of the band, notably upon the release of their debut single.The two final singles would be released from the album "I Don't Need a Man" and "Wait a Minute" and both reached moderate success.The group was selected to perform for the introduction for ABC's coverage of the NBA.The single "Buttons" reached number one on the New Zealand Singles Chart which was the group's fourth consecutive number one.The group logged their twelfth week at the top and became the eighth artist in the chart's history with the most number one singles.Nicole was born into a staunchly Roman Catholic family.