Nicole Scherzinger is reported to have signed a contract worth millions of dollars to reunite with The Pussycats Dolls. The 41-year-old singer led the group with Carmit Bachar, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta, Melody Thornton and Kimberly Wyatt from 2003 to 2009.
The hit printer group Don’t Cha was later split following the alleged conflict over Scherzinger’s dominance. Now, the group reportedly The Sun is planning to get back together and invite Scherzinger, who has been a successful soloist, to join.
Said a source who claimed to be close to The Pussycat, Dolls Nicole had long refused an offer for a reunion but with a tenth anniversary of their absence [from the music world], he finally said he was ready.
Nicole had received a million-dollar offer to rejoin the group and was given a large down payment, which was difficult to reject.
Furthermore, the source claimed that all members, including Bachar who left in 2008, were ready for a reunion and planning a world tour in 2020.
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Another source said that The Pussycat Dolls would later sing their hit songs, even considering the possibility of recording new music.
This is still in the initial stages but now they will be back together, some of them, including Nicole, say they are open to working on some new recordings together, quoted from Aceshowbiz.
The 41-year-old singer joined Carmit Bachar, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta, Melody Thornton and Kimberly Wyatt from 2003 to 2009, when the group decided to disperse following conflicts which reportedly were caused by Nicole’s dominance in the group.
According to a British newspaper report, The Sun, this group is indeed planning a comeback and inviting Nicole who is quite successful as a solo singer after leaving PCD. A source said that Nicole always refused the reunion offer, but after 10 years of PCD on hiatus, she now felt ready. Moreover, the contract is worth millions of dollars.
The source said the reunion will be filled by 6 members, including Carmit who came out in 2008, just before the release of PCD’s second album, “Doll Domination”. This reunion is planned in the form of a global tour in 2020. In addition to their “greatest hits”, it is said that PCD will also perform a number of new songs.
Nicole Scherzinger is reported to have signed a multimillion-dollar (US) deal to reunite with her former colleagues at The Pussycat Dolls.