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19 December 2011, 11:32
The 'Don't Hold Your Breath' singer admits she doesn't mind sounding "wishy-washy" on the judging panel of the US version of the series.
Nicole Scherzinger has admitted that she doesn't care what people think of the comments she makes on the US version of The X Factor.
Fellow judge Simon Cowell often teases the singer for her remarks to contestants on the show, but the former Pussycat Doll told Look magazine that she isn't too worried about the music mogul's taunts.
"I don't care. I know what my comments are, and you know what? Sometimes I am wishy-washy. That's how my brain works naturally," she said.
The 'Right There' singer joined the judging panel for the first ever series of The X Factor USA earlier this year and recently came under fire from fans of the show after her decision lead to the elimination of 13-year-old contestant Rachel Crow.
Nicole gave a worldwide live premiere performance of new single 'Pretty' on the hit show last week (15th December) and also recently revealed that she was held at gunpoint whilst filming scenes for her new music video in Mexico.