Nicole Scherzinger fans are saying same thing about her latest post

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Photo credit: Instagram
Photo credit: Instagram

Nicole Scherzinger is having a bit of a moment. After followers obsessed over her blonde hair and bikini photos, they're now all been making the same joke on her latest Instagram picture.

The singer is currently starring as a judge on The Masked Singer in the US, and took a trip to Joshua Tree over the weekend for the first time. Sharing a series of photos from her desert visit on Instagram, Nicole wrote, "First time to Joshua Tree, as a Cancer I’m drawn to the water but I’m so ready for this desert magic 🌵🏜

"Happy Earth Day everyone 🌎 "


She added, "The desert bringing out the warrior goddess in me 🖤" and "Keep the faith 🙏🏽🌄" along with additional images.

In the photos, the singer, who has over 5.2million Instagram followers, is wearing a floral pink and white maxi dress with cut outs along with black biker boots, posing next to various desert props.

While many fans can't get over how incredible she looks, others are all making the same comment - about how the photoshoot looks incredibly similar to The Pussycat Dolls music video for 'I Hate This Part' from 2008.

"'I Hate This Part' vibes😍✨," one person wrote, while another put, "It's giving 'I Hate This Part' vid vibes and I'm so here for it 🤍" Another added, "'I Hate This Part' 2022 version is coming…👏👏👏👏👏❤️❤️❤️🔥"

Nicole herself even clocked the similarities, replying to one comment with, "Omg right! I see u! [sic]"

Photo credit: YouTube
Photo credit: YouTube

In the video, Nicole could be seen dancing in the desert alongside her fellow Pussycat Dolls, wearing a white vest and biker boots. Well, now that you mention it...

Watch the full video here.

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