Nicole Scherzinger is the latest songstress to try her hand at a game of ELLE's "Song Association." The series has featured the likes of H.E.R., Ella Mai, Justine Skye, Kelly Rowland and many more thus far, but how did thePussycat Dolls alumna fare? With a solid winning attitude, Nicole was down for the challenge and shined bright with her witty sense of humor throughout. She even went as far as making up her own song when she couldn't find a real one to sing.
Scherzinger started the game with the word "love," immediately singing Whitney Houston's "I Will Always Love You." The songstress perfectly and hilariously mimicked Britney Spears' single "Baby One More Time" and later launched into her own single "Run." Beyoncé was a favorite for the songstress during the game, she sang "I Was Here" and "If I Were A Boy." She even broke out a mean body roll when the word "no" came up and she sang Blackstreet's "No Diggity." And who knew Lizzo's "Good As Hell" would be one of her jams? She sang the single when she was challenged with the word "you."
The songstress walked away with a score of 14, putting her in second place alongside drag performer Shangela. H.E.R. and Ella Mai are still holding down the number one spot together as the reigning champs. Nicole currently appears on FOX's The Masked Singer along with Nick Cannon and Robin Thicke, which has somehow just been renewed for a second season. Word on the street is that she's working on some new music, but check out how she does singing other people's songs on ELLE's "Song Association" right here.