Nicole Scherzinger On Lewis Hamilton's First Music Recordings: "It Sounds Amazing!"

The 'Wet' singer says she will always support her boyfriend with his creative pursuits.

Nicole Scherzinger has opened up about her boyfriend Lewis Hamilton's first musical recordings and says she thinks they sound "amazing".

The 'Don't Hold Your Breath' singer says she is trying to be "respectful" and give the Formula One driver space to record music without her input, but will always support him in his creative hobbies.

"He loves music. He's always loved music since he was young and he plays the guitar so he's been recording some tracks, doing his thing for fun," Nicole revealed exclusively to Capital FM. "It sounds amazing.

"I mean, I don't get to hear much of it because they're in the process of it and I want to be respectful and give him his creative space."

The 'Try With Me' singer went on to say you can't listen to the "haters" who aren't supportive of Lewis' musical ambitions, and insists everyone should be allowed to explore their creativity.

"Everybody's free to do music or something, a hobby or what they love, so I do nothing but support him," she explained. "You can't listen to the haters out there.

"I mean, if he wants to record some songs and be creative then there's nothing wrong with that," Nicole added. "Me getting in a car trying to drive really fast, now that's scary!"

Check out a picture of Nicole Scherzinger promoting her new single 'Boomerang' below:

Last week Nicole opened up about her role as a judge on the latest series of The X Factor UK, and admitted she doesn't know if she will be back for a second year and may just go out "on a high".

Nicole Scherzinger gave her new single 'Boomerang' its first play on Capital FM this morning (24th January).

Remember to tune in to Capital FM this Sunday from 7pm to hear Nicole Scherzinger's full chat with Max.

Listen to Nicole Scherzinger talking to Capital FM about Lewis Hamilton's foray into music below:

Nicole Scherzinger On Lewis Hamilton's Music Ambitions