Nicole Scherzinger looks incredible in PVC crop top and bunches in behind the scenes pics from new video

NICOLE Scherzinger looked amazing in a PVC crop top with her hair in bunches as she shot a new music video.

The singer gave a glimpse of the upcoming promo on Instagram last night as she wowed fans in the skin tight outfit.

Pussycat Doll Nicole, 42, looked sensational standing against a Tokyo-inspired backdrop in the video for her new track She's BINGO with Luis Fonsi.

Her impressive stage outfit included a plunging top, a huge neon coat, and chunky floral bracelets as well as manga inspired make-up, including black lips and white eyeshadow.

Sultry Nicole pouted up a storm as fans shared their excitement over the images and upcoming video beneath her post.

She captioned the photos: "So excited for you to see what we’ve been working on!"

One fan replied: "I’m so excited to I can’t get this song out of my head 🤣❤️"

Another wrote: "You are awesome! You deserve the world!!!"

The star has teamed up with Despacito singer Luis Fonsi for the disco inspired track.

In the music video the pair will be seen dancing and singing around different global locations from a Tokyo market to the New York subway system – all while the video was shot in Miami.

Dropping on 8 March the song is based on the 1979 hit D.I.S.C.O and brings Luis Latin flair to the original track

Along with dancing in glamorous locations, Nicole will be seen reclining in a luxurious hotel suite and performing with backing dancers in outfits inspired by each featured location.

She recently returned from an extended vacation to Turks and Caicos with boyfriend Thom Evans.

In November, the lovebirds marked their one-year anniversary, taking to Instagram to share a snap of them in the early days of their relationship.

The two hit it off while Thom was competing on X Factor: Celebrity and have been dating ever since.

They then made their relationship red carpet official in January last year, attending the Golden Globe Awards after-party together in California.

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