Nicole Scherzinger wants to launch a music camp for disabled people
Nicole Scherzinger / © WENN.com
The frontwoman of the Pussycat Dolls was inspired by her down syndrome aunt aunt and wants to reach the project people who also suffer from the known as trisomy 21 gene mutation. Scharzinger (31) told 'Talk Radio' in Los Angeles: " I grew up with my aunt who is even younger than me because my grandmother got her when she was older, she has Down syndrome, she has a very special place in my heart and is such a wonderful part of ours I used to tell the girls from the Pussycat Dolls that at some point I have my own musical camp or music school where I want to teach people with certain disabilities, such as Down Syndrome. "Scherzinger hopes the camp will be public Awareness of the disease strengthens. Her friend, the Formula 1 world champion Lewis Hamilton, was inspired by a disabled family member to help. His brother Nicolas suffers from a so-called cerebral palsy, a movement disorder. In his autobiography My Story, Hamilton writes, "When I want to motivate myself or put a smile on my face, I just think of a certain person: my brother Nicolas, I often try to imagine what it would be like if I did I do not think I'm even nearly as strong as he is, there are so many reasons to admire him. "Hamilton has his own charitable foundation, the Lewis Hamilton Foundation, which aims to improve the lives of focused on sick and poor children and adolescents in the world.