But Nicole Scherzinger gave herself some liquid courage on Saturday night as she downed tequila shots on stage ahead of treating fans at London's G-A-Y club before performing her new single Boomerang.
The 34-year-old star calmed her nerves by enjoying a swig of Patrón's XO Cafe - a coffee liqueur made with tequila - brought onto the stage by a club employee who looked on open-mouthed as the former Pussycat Dolls star got stuck in.
Liquid courage: Nicole Scherzinger gave her confidence a boost as she enjoyed a shot on stage during her performance at London's G-A-Y on Saturday nightFollowing the shot, Nicole gave her all to the energetic performance, wowing fans in the venue with her vocal talents and tightly-choreographed dance routines.
Nicole certainly looked the part for the evening as well, showing off her incredible figure in a black catsuit with cut-out panels.
The stunning brunette highlighted her toned curves in the ensemble, which she teamed with white finger-less gloves as she took to the stage.
Catsuit-clad: Nicole wowed in her ensemble - a black catsuit with daring sheer panels - as she performed her new single Boomerang as well as some old favourites
Giving it her all: Nicole was joined by a group of scantily-clad dancers for the hotly-anticipated performance
Nicole finished off her outfit by affixing several diamantes to her face to add to her bedazzled appearance.
And the last accessory which Nicole added to her ensemble was a pair of lace-up knee-high black open-toe heels.
The singer was joined by a group of scantily clad dancers, also decked out in black and white outfits, as she performed to the eager crowd.
Bedazzled and beautiful: Nicole finished off her look with diamonds scattered on her face
Meet and greet: Nicole looked delighted as she performed the song for the eager crowd
Boomerang is the first single off Nicole's hotly-anticipated second solo album, due for release later this year.
In a recent interview with MailOnline, Nicole said of the upcoming record: 'I'm still working on the album, it's always a work in process. But for the most part, a lot of the stuff I have recorded so far is like really big dance anthems - really energetic, motivating, inspiring and fun songs.
'They are good to work out to. I've done some stuff with will.i.am, who executive produced the album, and I've been in the studio with Toby Gad - we did some more mid-tempo earnest heartbreak songs.
'And I've worked with Dallas Austin, I was just in the studio with Afro Jack so it's going to be a good mixture.'