To celebrate, the saucy singer did drop some sexy new cover art, smiling coyly and draped lightly in a loose, unidentified, furry and wind-blown article of clothing.
The U.S. version of her album -- which has already debuted in the U.K. in March -- features an alternate track listing and production by RedOne, the Dream, and more. Reported featured guests include Snoop Dogg and Sting.
Earlier this year, Nicole Scherzinger told us that the musically diverse album has a bittersweet theme, saying "I wrote 'Killer Love' about a tortured love. Where you can't get enough of the love but it's not good for you. And I guess when the fans listen to the album, I want them to know that a lot of the music that I chose had to do with my past experiences and relationships, where I've lost myself many times. It's [about] being lost and broken and in a very fearful, dark place and the process [of] coming out of that. It's a very empowering album but it comes from a place of heartbreak."
The singer has been working on releasing the album since 2005, but was interrupted by her career with the Pussycat Dolls, her appearance on the U.K. version of Simon Cowell's talent show 'The X Factor,' and her first-place-winning participation on the 10th season of 'Dancing with the Stars.'
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