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Meeks claims that after touring, the two grew apart creatively and that despite being an "amazing entertainer," she "just didn't seem to understand music very well …
she's just not much of a musician, nor [does she] understand music." In 2001, after her mother's suggestion, Scherzinger quit the band in order to audition on the WB's television show, Popstars.
She first attended Bowen Elementary, and later attended Meyzeek Middle School as an adolescent.
Scherzinger states that, growing up, her family did not have a lot of money, and she thanks her mother for all the support she gave her to become what she is today.
Initially hesitant at the idea of joining a group, she then opted otherwise as she saw it as an opportunity to travel to Los Angeles.
For her audition she sang Whitney Houston's version of "I Will Always Love You" and ended up winning a spot along with other four finalists; Ivette Sosa, Maile Misajon, Ana Maria Lombo and Rosanna Tavarez establishing the girl group, Eden's Crush.
The album was preceded by "Don't Cha" which became their international breakthrough, peaking at number two on the Billboard Hot 100.
In 1999, Scherzinger was hired by Days of the New band leader, Travis Meeks, to contribute vocals on their self-tilted second studio album and later dropped out of college to tour through the US in support of the album.In 2007, she was inducted to du Pont Manual Alumni's Hall of Fame as one of the youngest inductees.After earning a scholarship, she furthered her studies at Wright State University majoring in theater arts with a dance minor.With hopes of scoring a solo recording contract, she peddled a demo CD to labels under her Hawaiian family name, Nicole Kea, because it was easier to pronounce.In August 2003 Scherzinger traveled to the Arista Records office in New York with a demo CD of her own written material.
Scherzinger began performing in Louisville, attending the Youth Performing Arts School at du Pont Manual High School, and performing with Actors Theatre of Louisville.