According to The Sun, hackers have published a video online of the famous pair cuddling and kissing in bed.
The two and a half minute film, which is believed to have been recorded on a mobile phone, has been viewed over 286,000 times as of Sunday evening.
A source told the publication that Scherzinger would be ‘heartbroken’ over the footage being made public:
“Nicole will be heartbroken that such footage has found its way online. It was never intended for the public domain.”
The intimate footage is just one of a long string of celebrity phone hacks. Jennifer Lawrence, Emma Watson, Scarlett Johansson, Paris Hilton, Rihanna, Hulk Hogan and Tiger Woods have all had intimate material published online without their consent.
Former X Factor judge and Pussycat Doll singer Scherzinger, 40, dated famed race driver Hamilton, 34, on and off for eight years before finally splitting in 2015.
Since their split Hamilton has been linked to a string of female celebrities. He’s been rumoured to have dated Nicki Minaj, Winnie Harlow, Rihanna, Kendall Jenner and Rita Ora.
Meanwhile Scherzinger had a two-year relationship with Grigor Dimitrov but the pair split up last year.
Also according to The Sun, Jamie Redknapp has been pursuing the former Pussycat Doll since he heard of her split from Dimitrov. But the same report says that so far she has rebuffed his advances.
“Jamie has been very keen on Nicole but would never have tried it on when she was with Grigor.
“Since their split, he expressed an interest in dating her but the time isn’t right for Nicole,” a source told the paper. Spencer Matthews APOLOGISES for his 'wooden' performance on Good Morning Britain
Whoopi Goldberg Talks Fashion And Not Being Seen As Sexy In Hollywood
The “Color Purple” star and the “View” co-host is in the latest issue of Garagemagazine, speaking to author Ottessa Moshfegh about her sense of fashion and a whole lot more.
“I’m anti-social but I don’t want to be an asshole, so I talk to people when they come up to me. I like it out here, though,” Goldberg says of living in New York.
Speaking about her unique approach to fashion, Goldberg humbly says, “I just want to feel comfortable.
“You know, I love high heels but I always wore them with socks. And fashion is finally catching up to me. When you go to the shows, now you see girls on the runway wearing socks with heels.”
Goldberg has a new clothing line, DUBGEE, coming out this spring, and she says she was inspired to create it after going on a trip to Greece and not being able to find clothes that fit her.
“It made me feed bad, like my body doesn’t fit,” she says.
Goldberg hasn’t always been thought of in terms of her looks, she says. Looking back on her 1987 film “Fatal Beauty”, the actress recalls, “Nobody who worked on that movie saw me as sexy. They didn’t even think of me as a woman. Because I’m black.”
Whoopi Goldberg says being black meant she wasn't a sex symbol
Whoopi Goldberg has insisted she wasn't seen as a sex symbol early in her career because of the colour of her skin.
Whoopi Goldberg insists being black meant she was never seen as "sexy".
The 'Fatal Beauty' actress opened up about her role in the 1987 blockbuster - in which she starred as detective Rita Rizzoli - and while she acknowledged having a "hot bod" early his her film career, she claimed other people working on the comedy thriller didn't see it because of her skin colour.
Speaking to author Ottessa Moshfegh for Garage Magazine, Whoopi said: "Thank you, I did [have a great body]. I know... Nobody who worked on that movie saw me as sexy. They didn't even think of me as a woman. Because I'm black."
She added: "You know, I love high heels, but I always wore them with socks. And fashion is finally catching up to me. When you go to the shows, now you see girls on the runway wearing socks with heels."
Whoopi's comments come after she spoke out to defend her friend Liam Neeson after he came under fire for candidly confessing to trying to provoke a fight with a black person after a female friend was raped.
She insisted he insisted racist, and while she has "been around a lot of real bigots", she doesn't count the 'Taken' star as one.
She recently said: "People walk around sometimes with rage, that's what happens. Is he a bigot? No.
"I've known him a pretty long time, I think I would have recognised, I've been around a lot of real bigots. I can say this man is not one.
"You can't be surprised that somebody whose loved one is attacked is angry and wants to go out and attack. What he did go on to say ... is that he realised that it was too dark for him, he went and got himself help."
Henry Schoolcraft to speak at Springfield Conservation Nature Center
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. This Friday at the Springfield Conservation Nature Center, there will be a presentation on Henry Schoolcraft and his 900-mile journey of exploration through the Ozarks with an emphasis on his time spent at Smallin Cave. Local archaeologist Eric Fuller will give the presentation dressed up as Henry Schoolcraft and will offer an insight as to what the Ozarks might have been like 200 years ago. Fuller will also read from the journal Schoolcraft kept as he made his trip.
Seating is limited and reservations is required. You can reserve your seat at https://mdc-event-web.s3licensing.com/Event/EventDetails/165410.
50 Cent: Claims police told to 'shoot' rapper investigated
Police in New York are investigating claims a senior officer told members of his team to "shoot" the rapper 50 Cent.
It's alleged Deputy Inspector Emanuel Gonzalez made the remark in June last year at a police roll-call for a boxing match which the star was due to attend.
50 Cent said on Sunday he was taking the threat "very seriously" and was consulting with his lawyers.
The New York Police Department told Radio 1 Newsbeat the matter "is under internal review".
The New York Daily News reported that Deputy Inspector Gonzalez told his officers to shoot the rapper "on sight" but later tried to pass it off as a joke.
It's claimed at least one other person at the event reported the comment to the NYPD internal affairs department.
One month before, Dect Insp Gonzalez reportedly filed an aggravated harassment complaint against 50 Cent.
He said the rapper had threatened him on Instagram - in response to claims that Dect Insp Gonzalez had unfairly investigated one of 50 Cent's favourite nightclubs.
50 mocked the complaint in posts online, suggesting the police get "back to fighting crime".
Writing on social media following news of the internal NYPD investigation into Dect Insp Gonzalez, 50 Cent said he was concerned that he was "not previously advised of this threat by the NYPD".
He described Dept Insp Gonzalez as a "gangster with a badge" but told his Twitter followers: "Keep in mind there are some good people working in law enforcement.
"Like the officers that reported what he said to them."
Watch Meek Mill, J. Cole Perform During the 2019 NBA All-Star Game
Dreamchaser head honcho Meek Mill performed Championships tracks “Intro” and “Going Bad” before transitioning into “Uptown Vibes” for the introduction of Team Giannis. For Team LeBron, Meek pulled out his classic “Dreams & Nightmares” for a high-energy performance from start to finish.
All Star 2019
All Star 2019
Going from Dreamchasers to Dreamville, J. Cole’s set began with the recently released “Middle Child” before working through a melody of a 21 savage dedicated “a lot,” “ATM,” “Love Yourz,” and a set wrapping “No Role Modelz.”
As for the game itself, Kevin Durant won his second All-Star Game MVP after a 31 point performance to help LeBron James, Damian Lillard and Team LeBron complete a comeback victory in a thriller.