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Nicole Scherzinger's heartbreak strategy

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Nicole Scherzinger's heartbreak strategy

Nicole Scherzinger believes taking selfies will help her get over Lewis Hamilton.

The former Pussycat Dolls singer - who split from the Formula One racing driver last month after seven years together - thinks anyone going through a "hard time" needs to work on themselves and do whatever it takes to feel stronger and be a better person.

She said: "For anyone going through a hard time, you feel broken. It's about piecing yourself together and just focusing on you.

"Working on yourself, getting whole, getting strong, taking care of yourself, loving yourself, finding self-acceptance.

"Finding your worth again, whatever that is - take some selfies in good lighting, put cute contouring on your face, take some Instagram pics, have a margarita, whatever it takes to boost your self-esteem.

"You have to work on yourself and not focus on the other person. If you do that, you're going to stay the old you and you are not winning - other people are winning and you are not. You can't dwell on the past."

And the 36-year-old beauty also thinks her Catholic faith will guide her through the tough times.

She said: "I pray a lot - my faith is probably the best thing about me. But you have to really sit down and figure out what you're meant for - go figure out a plan of how you're going to go for that."

Despite her words, it seems Nicole may not have entirely given up on the thought of reconciling with Lewis in the future.

She told Britain's HELLO! magazine: "It's OK to let go. Because the people who are meant to be in your life will come back."