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Nicole Scherzinger Impresses Simon Cowell, to Replace Cheryl Cole on 'X Factor'

July 19, 2010 (2:55 am) GMT
The Pussycat Dolls singer reportedly has been drafted in to take over from Cole during the 'Boot Camp' auditions at London's Wembley Arena for the whole of next week.
Nicole Scherzinger Impresses Simon Cowell, to Replace Cheryl Cole on 'X Factor'

' is to stand in for malaria-stricken pop star during the next stage of British talent contest "", according to a report. The star was diagnosed with the mosquito-borne illness after collapsing at a photoshoot earlier this month.

She is now resting at her mansion in Surrey, England after leaving the private clinic where she was receiving treatment, but Cole is still too ill to resume her judging duties on 's TV show. Scherzinger impressed the music mogul while she was a guest panelist earlier this month in Manchester, England, replacing pregnant singer .

And now the "When I Grow Up" hitmaker has been drafted in to take over from Cole during the 'Boot Camp' auditions at London's Wembley Arena for the whole of next week, reports Britain's The Sun. A TV source tells the publication, "There was no way Cheryl was going to be able to do Boot Camp, despite being on the mend. Nicole was great in Manchester and Simon really likes her. She knows Wembley will be a tougher gig, but she's proved she's feisty and entertaining."

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