American singer-actress Nicole Scherzinger is working on her first album in eight years.
The singer, who recently cancelled The Pussycat Dolls reunion shows, has confirmed that she has been working on an album as she took to the stage at her show in Los Angeles.
The former Pussycat Dolls member hasn't released a solo album since her 2014 dance-pop record,"Big Fat Lie".
According to The Sun, Scherzinger disclosed to the audience at the event that she has been writing lately and working on an album.
The singer's first studio album "Killer Love", was released in 2011 after being pushed back multiple times but fared well in the UK charts.
This comes following Scherzinger's announcement in January, that The Pussycat Dolls tour had been cancelled due to the coronavirus outbreak.
The singer took to her Instagram Stories to break the news to her fans and thank them for their support.
"Thank you to everyone who had tickets to see PCD – we are so appreciative of your support and loyalty! With the ever-evolving circumstances surrounding the pandemic, I understand the decision that the tour dates had to be canceled," she wrote.
Scherzinger continued: "I have invested a huge amount of time, creative energy, and my own finances into bringing this project back to life,".
"And while I'm naturally incredibly saddened by this decision, I am also very proud of what we were able to achieve in the short amount of time we had together before COVID. I can't put into words the amount of love, admiration, and gratitude I have for the other girls in the group and the fans that have supported us," she added.
The tour was due to go ahead in September after months of delays, due to the pandemic and reports that Scherzinger was being sued by the band's founder Robin Antin for refusing to participate.
The reunion tour - featuring Kimberly, Jessica Sutta, Nicole, Ashley Roberts and Carmit Bachar - was initially postponed due to the pandemic after it was announced in November 2019.
Earlier this year, the future of the tour was placed in doubt again after Antin filed a lawsuit claiming Scherzinger was refusing to participate unless she received complete creative control in relaunching the group, as well as a bigger percentage of profits.