Nicole Scherzinger Looks Smokin’ Hot in Her New ‘Wet’ Video

Nicole Scherzinger gets soaking “Wet” in the sexy video for the fourth U.K. single off her solo debut Killer Love.

Former Pussycat Doll and ‘X Factor‘ judge Nicole Scherzinger is normally a glamazon, but the singer strips off to a nude coloured outfit in the video for her new single ‘Wet’ from her latest album ‘Killer Love.’

Clutching a net round her body, she looked sensational in her taupe two piece as she stared wistfully off into the distance.

The video meshes dance footage with a plot where Scherzinger hides out from the cops, evading capture and disguising herself with some aviator shades and a studded hoodie.

Of course – and unfortunately for her male admirers – Nicole wasn’t actually taking a shower at all but teased her fans by standing behind a wall of water.

In a different kind of shower scene, Nicole then appears with a troupe of back-up dancers in what appears to be a dark and dingy gym shower room.

Dressed all in black leather – corset top, high-waisted shorts and thigh-high boots – the singer grinds and gyrates through a strenuous looking dance routine, which is shown voyeristically through security cameras.

She concludes the video by showing her flexible prowess in a solo dance number, during which she wears a barely there outfit consisting of a see-through cropped shirt and tiny black shorts.

The outfit displays her incredible abs and lean legs before she literally bends over backwards and grinds against the floor.

Sure to get any man’s pulse racing, the song is the fourth off her new album. It is the follow-up to ‘Right There’ and both have been taken from her début solo record Killer Love.

She managed to film the video during a rare day off from her busy X Factor schedule which has now on hold until the show starts next month.

Nicole was initially announced at one of two co-hosts of the show alongside Britain’s Steve Jones but she ended up replacing Cheryl Cole on the judging panel alongside Paula Abdul, Simon Cowell and L.A. Reid.

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