NICOLE Scherzinger was ready for her close up as she got to work on the set of a new Muller advert in South Africa.
The X Factor judge was in tip top shape as she highlighted her toned figure in a black crop top and matching lycra leggings.
The star was on location at Green Point on the Western Cape in South Africa as she took part in the energetic shoot which appears to show her using dance moves for a workout.
She was seen running Green Point Atheletics track and later stopped to chat with members of the crew.
Her long brown locks were swept up into a ponytail while she had a natural make-up look for the shoot.
Nicole showed off her amazing sun kissed glow in Instagram as she teased the advert to fans, writing: “On set shooting! Can’t wait for y’all to see! #nofilter #sunkissed”.
This is the second sun-filled trip the star has enjoyed so far this year after she rang in the new year in her motherland, Hawaii.
Nicole posed for a saucy picture as she sent fans a sweet New Year’s message.
Nicole wrote a message in native language and translated it in a caption on her Instagram page, writing: “Hau’oli makahiki hou!!! #happynewyear everyone!”
The TV beauty also unveiled a sensational new natural look in a make-up-free selfie.
She went bare-faced in a bikini on the beach as she returned to social media following the Christmas break.
Nicole, 38, headed back to her homeland to spend the holidays with her loved ones and she decided to step away from Instagram and Twitter.
But she has now made a comeback by sharing a picture of herself looking happy, relaxed and fresh-faced.
Nicole wrote in a caption: “Mele Kalikimaka and happy holidays everyone!
“Sorry been away from social media over the holidays while spending quality time home with the ohana!
“I’m back now! Sending so much aloha and sunshine from #hawaii.”
The singer also added another shot which showed her standing on rocks looking out at the ocean as waves crash against the shore.
She wrote: “I Mua in Hawaiian means ‘to move forward’ and Ku Makani means to ‘stand strong in the wind.
“Here’s to Imua, Ku Makani in 2017.”
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