Nicole Scherzinger’s heart is racing

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Nicole Scherzinger is looking for a new home in London.

The former 'X Factor' judge, whose boyfriend Lewis Hamilton lives in Monaco, reportedly went house-hunting on Wednesday in West London after deciding to relocate full time to the UK from Los Angeles.

A source told the Daily Mirror newspaper: “Nicole loves England and has obviously spent a lot of time in the capital over the past five years or so.

“She had a series of viewings earlier in the week, looking at multimillion-pound homes in Notting Hill and Westbourne Grove.

“Her main prerequisites are lots of space, privacy and a gym.

“She will keep her home in the Hollywood Hills, but wants to move over here at the end of the summer ahead of her album release.

"It’s also ideal for Lewis because he won’t have to crash in impersonal hotels every time he comes to London. He is obviously really keen for her to make the move.”

Meanwhile, the 35-year-old star, who has been dating Lewis, 29, on and off since 2007, is currently in the UK promoting her new single 'Your Love', the first song to be released since she signed to Sony earlier this year.

The track, which is out on July 13, gives fans an insight into her personal relationship with the racing driver.

The lyrics include: "Something about you so enticing/Even when I try and fight it knock me out like Mike Tyson/I’ll do whatever you want, and I’m never letting you go baby/I love you so baby... "

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