NICOLE Scherzinger flaunted her figure in a white cut-out swimsuit as she enjoyed a spot of paddleboarding.
The singer, who is on holiday in Austria posed up a storm in the beautiful blue bay.
As well as having impressive balancing skills, she can also perform a mean dive – which she shared a snap of.
Fans flocked to the comment section to praise the beauty, with one calling her a "queen".
"Beauty! Xx" another wrote, while many commented with fire emojis.
"Beautiful mermaid," a third chimed – referencing her mermaid emoji in the caption.
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Nicole wore her long raven locks down in soft curls and despite being in the water, she added a red lip.
This isn't the first time she's worn this daring swimsuit.
Last month the Pussycat Doll struck poses beside an infinity pool, showing off her long legs.
She ran a hand through her brunette tresses and suggestively tugged at the swimwear.
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The When I Grow Up songstress wrote in her caption, "Swipe [left arrow] to see the real me in the last two slides. Real goof girl Sh*t."
But some of her followers were left infuriated by the post, reminding Nicole that her native Hawaii was experiencing deadly wildfires.
The Maui fires ravaged 2,100 acres of land and surpassed the California Camp Fire in 2018 as the deadliest wildfire in US history.
One person commented on Nicole's racy pics, "Maui on fire but you out here half naked in your glamorous life.. ok."
Another added, "I don't want to seem somehow. It doesn't change anything but I just think it's a bit insensitive bearing in mind what's happening in your country."
Someone else agreed, "Time to stop and support Hawaii , show us your doing something instead of posting pictures in bikini."
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