AllHipHop.com caught up with Nicole Scherzinger for a Q&A and asked the singer, who has seen her debut album ‘Her Name Is Nicole’ get delayed due to poor response to its first two singles, what the futures holds for the Pussycat Dolls. “For me, I’m excited to do my stuff, because sometimes less is more,” Scherzinger said. “Right now I’m going to focus strictly on ‘Her Name Is Nicole’, but when the time is right, we have some PCD fans out there so we’ll maybe do another Pussycat Dolls album.” As for those critical of her solo efforts, the 29-year-old said, “Everything I do, it comes from the heart, and it’s very true that artists are sensitive. Sometimes if I skim past a blog, it does hurt my feelings because I think, ‘Here I am trying my best. I’ve worked hard all my life for this and I’m trying to do this in the most honest and truthful way I know. And you have the audacity to tear me down!’ But I try and stay away from that stuff. You’re always going to be negative and try to pull you down, but you’ve just got to rise above. I believe in myself and I’ve fought my way to the top.” Read more.