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The former Pussycat Doll's longtime boyfriend Lewis Hamilton recently hinted about a possible engagement for the couple.
"We've been together for five years, which is quite a milestone really," the Formula One driver said .
Engaged or not, the couple has already been through a lot together. During a 2012 episode ofVH1's Behind the Music, Scherzinger credited her longtime love with helping her to overcome her eight-year battle with bulimia.
"He gave me the courage to kind of end that disorder and that disease," the former Pussycat Doll said. "He made me feel beautiful for who I am and not what pant size I'm wearing, and that helped a lot."
JOHANNESBURG, South Africa -- The health of former President Nelson Mandela, already critical, deteriorated further these past two days, according to a government official Thursday, as the nation prepared for his death.
As Mandela spent his 20th day in a hospital after contracting pneumonia early this month, presidential spokesman Mac Maharaj told state-owned SABC news that Mandela's condition had worsened, forcing President Jacob Zuma to cancel a trip to Mozambique on Thursday.
Zuma visited Mandela in the hospital late Wednesday, and decided to cancel the trip, underscoring Mandela's fragility. It marked the first time that Zuma made a significant change in his official schedule because of the elder statesman's health.
A statement announcing the cancellation said doctors were "still doing everything they can to ensure his well-being".
South Africans have left messages of love and support outside his hospital, his home and on social media networks, but in recent days the tone has changed, from hope for recovery to gratitude for what he has done for South Africa.
Mandela is revered as the man whose struggle against apartheid and huge personal sacrifice of 27 years' imprisonment helped bring equality to South Africa.
But he often urged supporters not to think of him as a saintly figure, and to remember the thousands of others who also struggled for black freedom from oppression.
He retired from public life in 2004 and has played no active role in the ruling African NationalCongress since, concentrating instead on charitable work.
But while his death would have no impact on South Africa's political landscape, he remains a person of enormous emotional significance to South Africans, as a freedom fighter who brought democracy and racial reconciliation to the country.
Source : Latimes.com
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Beyonce's "Dance For You" Video: Watch Now
“Dance For You” is also the eighth video on B’s “Live at Roseland: Elements of 4” video anthology - which was released on Monday, November 21st.
On top of her musical successes, Beyonce and hubby Jay-Z are expecting their first baby in February.