字幕表 動画を再生する 英語字幕をプリント I just want to clear something out of the way real quick, just to let you know. I have danced to the song, "Don't Cha," by the Pussycat Dolls, an embarrassing amount of times. Awe. Thank you. I just wanted to clear the air, now that you're here. OK? I just needed to know that. And then, do you think that the Pussycat Dolls are going to get back together for a reunion tour? I'm just asking for a friend. What you think? Kalen wants to know. They want to know. I can't confirm anything. But I will say that I do miss my girls a lot. And I miss being on the road. I was born to be on the stage. So I miss every day that I'm not. So I wouldn't rule it out. Wouldn't rule it out. We all crossing our fingers. We're all crossing our fingers. I just love the "ooh'ers." Oooh. Oooh, I know. You were born in Hawaii, but you grew up in the South, like me right? I'm from Alabama. Where are you from? I grew up in Louisville, Kentucky. In Louisville, Kentucky. Do you get home often? I do. Not as much as I do-- well, ever since my G'ma passed, like, she's the one who always brought us together. But I do miss it. I always love, for me, we always went home for the holidays, for Thanksgiving and Christmas. And you have a big family right? I have a ginormous family. Now, what is ginormous? What's these numbers looking like? So this isn't even on my dad's side. On my mom's side, only in Hawaii, my tutu, which means grandma in Hawaiian, she has 75 grandchildren and great-grandchildren. That's only on my mom's side, my tutu's side. That's just some of us. But we're just professional baby-makers. Wai'anae in the house. Anybody from the west side in Hawaii, hello. What's it like? I've got to know. What's it like when you go home, because obviously, I mean, you're a superstar, Nicole. But when you get back around the fam, are they just, like, it's just Nicole. Or are they trying to do your choreography? Like, you know? They just keep it real. You know? Like, family, that's the best thing about going home. Like, especially when I go back to Hawaii, and I'm just-- my family's is going to be like, wow, you picked that picture. I mean, that's so many people though. So cute! Now, you're also into working out. And this is something that I find funny, because we have this in common. You're into working out, but then every now and then, you've got to stop and take a little dance break from the workout right? Now do people in the gym just stop and be, like, that's Nicole Scherzinger twerking in the corner? Oh, my God, no. Wow. I think, because-- I think I'm actually cheating, to take a breather and a break from doing the weights and everything. You got to keep yourself entertained. When you, like, sweating it out, you got to have fun with it. Absolutely. And also, because I'm sure you're listen to music as this is happening. That's what I was gonna say. I was about to say, yeah. That's me listening to Lizzo right there. There we go. Every time. Shout-out to Lizzo. I've been listening to Lizzo before Lizzo was Lizzo. I was, like, her die-hard fan in the beginning. All her songs, like, "Come Water Me" and "Coconut Oil" and "Worship Me." OK? All these songs, that's me. And fitness-- that's me. Absolutely. Now look, we've got to talk about The Masked Singer, because this is-- I mean, it's a smash. You're in the second season. It's been picked up for a third. Now, when you read about what this show was going to be about, were you, like, I don't know if that's going to work. How did you feel about that? Yes, exactly. That's exactly how I felt-- That's how you felt? People were just, like, The Masked Singer! And I'm, like, who knew? No, obviously, when you sign on, you only pray for it to be successful. But we were, like, which way is this going to go? This show is so trippy. It's unlike anything else out there. And it's just great to see how well-received it is. And families are now coming together, and kids are getting off the phone. And it's just good fun. It's really heartwarming as well. I know everybody sees the spectacle of the costumes. But then when you really pay attention to some of these stories, you realize-- you know what? We are all way more connected and all more alike than we really seem, than we realize. You know what I mean? We're, like, dang, we all go through the same struggles together. Absolutely. Well, I love that. And I know you're loving that. Because, again, it has become a family show. I know, like, my kids love it. And it's, again, one of those shows that we can watch as a family. And I know that's awesome. Awe, thank you. The Masked Singer airs on Wednesday at 8:00 on Fox. And look, y'all stick around because we're going to play our own version of The Masked Singer after the break. We'll be right back.