Nicole Scherzinger told she wasted ‘good years’ not having a baby

Nicole Scherzinger sat down for an interview with American talk show host Wendy Williams and it was incredibly awkward.

The short segment took a turn for the worst when Wendy appeared to imply that Nicole had wasted years of life with Lewis Hamilton.

"I was saying, truth, because you're 37, this is a woman who spent seven years of her life breaking up and getting back together.”

 

It appeared to the audience that Wendy was suggesting Nicole might have wasted her time with Lewis as they never had children together.

"Poor us because they can have babies whenever they want.

Those are seven years you can never get back and he was really wealthy. I was rooting for you, girl. I'm sorry to hear about that,” she added.

Nicole managed to keep her cool, and shrugged off Wendy’s comments:

“You know, everything happens for a reason. I'm a girl of faith and a strong believer, and seven years was a long time.”

Wendy didn’t exactly let it go though as she added, “and the good years down here” while pointing at Nicole’s midsection.

"Honey, that's all right, though. It's all in the spirit," she said. "Whatever you experience in life or relationships, you're obviously meant to grow from it and learn,” was Nicole’s response.

Wendy did seem to try and end on a more positive note when she told Nicole not to worry because she would find a “better one.”

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