Nicole Scherzinger's Newest Video Turns Some Heads - Here's Why

Many of Nicole Scherzinger's fans did a double-take when they saw her latest Instagram video.

Nicole, who was filmed in the Algarve, Portugal, showcased her enviable body in a black wetsuit. Nevertheless, viewers were mostly caught up in what the singer was doing, as she relaxedly rode a surfboard across the water.

Her board was propelled forward by a motorized device that put her in the position of flying over the water. The technique is called "fliteboarding." In her caption for the clip, Nicole explained that the adventure was similar to a religious experience.

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Credit: Nicole Scherzinger/Instagram


"Church on the water," she wrote. "When you believe, trust, and surrender the fear, confusion, and worry…you'll find a peace that can carry you to literally walk, float, even fly on water."

Nicole added, "And just like that, my first day of trying this! Leading with trust, flying by faith, and conquering your fears…you can do anything you put your heart, mind, and spirit to."

"'Courage is resistance to fear, mastery of fear, not absence of fear.' - Mark Twain. Have an AWE-some Sunday everyone. #GodistheGreatest," the singer concluded.

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Astonished fans rushed to congratulate Nicole on her huge accomplishment. The star has been leaving fans in awe with her recent posts. Last June, she posted a series of sizzling photographs to Instagram from the Mexican desert.

Her toned body was on full display as she posed in a revealing bathing suit and cowboy hat. Her confidence radiated out as she walked through the desert barefoot.

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A simple emoji of a Mexican flag accompanied the series of images, which she shared with her legion of followers. During a post for Memorial Day, Nicole also showed off her very impressive surfboarding skills by riding a series of choppy waves.


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