Nicole Scherzinger parades toned figure as she spills from bikini on Hawaii trip

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Nicole Scherzinger sent her fans wild as she stripped to a tiny purple bikini for a dip in the ocean on a loved-up holiday with her partner Thom Evans.

Nicole, 43, looked incredible as she donned a tiny lilac bikini while on the beach in Hawaii, sending her fans wild as she shared some Instagram snaps.

The Pussycat Dolls singer showed off her toned figure in the skimpy bikini as it struggled to protect her modesty.

In one picture, Nicole threw back her head and let her dark hair fall in wet waves behind her as she enjoyed a dip in the ocean, showing off het toned stomach and impressive cleavage.

Nicole then looked off into the distance as she gazed at the stunning sunset in the background while enjoying the warmer climate.

She and Thom looked like they were having the time of their lives as they posed with their arms out while holding each other in an embrace, wowing in front of their gorgeous beach backdrop.

Palm trees, rocks and a shoreline could be seen as the pair enjoyed the sun going down while showing off their gym-honed physiques to the camera.

Meanwhile, Thom opted for floral patterned swim shorts as he went topless for the dip, and it didn't take long for hundreds of compliments to come pouring in for the pair.

Nicole captioned the snap: "Paint the sky and make it yours."

Thom previously opened up about his romance with Nicole to The Sun, saying: "Nobody is asking Nicole how she got with me because I’m massively punching (above my weight).

"She’s so easy and fun to be around. I’ve hit the jackpot.

"People always say, ‘When you know, you know’ and I can honestly say I’d never really had that moment. But within the first couple of days with Nicole it was just awesome and it has been awesome ever since."

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