Nicole Scherzinger channels the 70s in funky printed co-ords as she steps out for lunch in Bondi after jetting into Sydney for new judging role on Australia's Got Talent

She always looks preened to perfection both on and off the red carpet. 

And Nicole Scherzinger cemented her sartorial credentials on Wednesday, as she stepped out in a pyschedelic outfit for lunch at Bondi Icebergs restaurant in Sydney.

The 40-year-old former Pussycat Dolls singer, who is a new judge on Australia's Got Talent, channeled the 70s with funky printed wide-leg flares. 

Retro queen: Nicole Scherzinger channeled the 70s in funky printed co-ords as she stepped out for lunch in Bondi after jetting into Sydney for her new judging role on Australia's Got Talent

Retro queen: Nicole Scherzinger channeled the 70s in funky printed co-ords as she stepped out for lunch in Bondi after jetting into Sydney for her new judging role on Australia's Got Talent

The brunette beauty paired her chic trousers with a matching silky shirt and white leather loafers.

Sticking to a retro theme, Nicole accessorised with a grey wide-brim hat and shielded her eyes behind oversized square-frame shades. 

Styling her raven tresses in glossy waves, the singer framed her striking features with taupe lipstick and a sweep of bronzer.  

Looking good: Sticking to a retro theme, Nicole accessorised with a grey wide-brim hat and shielded her eyes behind oversized square-frame shades

Looking good: Sticking to a retro theme, Nicole accessorised with a grey wide-brim hat and shielded her eyes behind oversized square-frame shades

Nicole touched down in Sydney last Friday to begin filming Seven's revamped Australia's Got Talent, on which she is a celebrity judge. 

The show will return to TV screens in coming months, three years after it was scrapped by the Nine network.

The new lineup of judges has already had critics branding the panel 'weird' and 'random'.

Interesting: Nicole touched down in Sydney last Friday to begin filming Seven's revamped Australia's Got Talent, on which she is a celebrity judge. Pictured L-R, Shane Jacobson, Lucy Durack, Nicole Scherzinger and Manu Feildel

Interesting: Nicole touched down in Sydney last Friday to begin filming Seven's revamped Australia's Got Talent, on which she is a celebrity judge. Pictured L-R, Shane Jacobson, Lucy Durack, Nicole Scherzinger and Manu Feildel

Making friends already: Nicole shared selfies with her fellow judges Lucy and Manu on Wednesday
Making friends already: Nicole shared selfies with her fellow judges Lucy and Manu on Wednesday

Making friends already: Nicole shared selfies with her fellow judges Lucy and Manu on Wednesday

Nicole is joining My Kitchen Rules judge, Manu Feildel, 45, comedian, Shane Jacobson, 49, actress Lucy Durack, 36. 

Contestants are set to battle it out on AGT for the $100,000 cash prize and filming began earlier this week. 

In a statement on Wednesday, Manu said he's 'excited' about joining another reality TV show.   

Getting on like a house on fire! The brunette beauty pulled funny faces as she larked around with the panel

Getting on like a house on fire! The brunette beauty pulled funny faces as she larked around with the panel 

'I'm super excited! I'm a huge fan of good old entertainment. It's the kind of family show I'd like to watch myself... Expect fun! Fun and a lot of laughs,' he said.

Meanwhile, Nicole said: 'I love watching undiscovered talent come into their own. It takes a lot of courage to get up on a stage with millions watching.

'I want to be that voice of encouragement to help these contestants ultimately become the best versions of themselves.'

'Been in Australia less than 24 hours and already found love': The judge cuddled a wombat during her first day of filming

'Been in Australia less than 24 hours and already found love': The judge cuddled a wombat during her first day of filming 

 

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Nicole Scherzinger channels the 70s in funky printed co-ords in Sydney

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