Robin Antin, creator of the the Pussycat Dolls, comments on the reunion.
Nicole Scherzinger is loosening up her buttons, babe.
Nicole Scherzinger once ruled The Pussycat Dolls as the risqué band's lead singer, but after a tumultuous separation due to Scherzinger's prevailing success five years ago, the girl group called it quits. This plagued Scherzinger for the last several years as she's pursued a solo career - most recently releasing her 2014 record "Big Fat Lie" and starred as a recurring character in London's production of Cats the musical. However, she never truly found her niche in music as an influential leader on the charts, and it appears she's willing to reprise her role as the Dolls main figure, this according to The Sun.
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"The band are in talks about reuniting soon and they are trying to see if they can get all of the girls together to do it," a source said. "The fall-outs and bitching from back in the day are all water under the bridge now."
Now that it's all good, will the girls be able to share the spotlight in the recording studio? Or will Nicole dominate again.
"Nicole has seen most of the girls on and off over the years and she's ready to get back together. Rather than trying to patch up their differences, it's more about working out how to get everyone in the studio and see what it will actually sound like."
UPDATE: Robin Antin, creator of the the Pussycat Dolls, commented extensively on the subject.
"The history of reunions is something that everyone always wants and looks forward to and I believe that, when the time comes for the Pussycat Dolls reunion, it will be massive. I have spoken with all of the girls about it a lot and I truly believe that's going to happen in the very near future. I just spoke to Nicole and told her about this interview and she said, "You can tell them I'm totally down for it'. Kim and I have also been talking openly about a reunion on Instagram, so we're definitely putting it out there. I'm going to do everything I can to make it happen, and I know all the girls feel the same way. It's just about timing and all of the different pieces of the puzzle coming together. I want it and the girls want it and everyone else wants it, then it's going to happen."
She adds, "When people say, 'Oh the girls didn't get along,' well the truth is, we were all young and we all look back now and go, 'Wow, none of that mattered.' What matters is that we are still connected and we're still in touch and we all love each other. Girls will be girls, and I know because I've put together a lot of girl groups. The truth is, girls are more emotional than boys and their issues are real at the time, but I saw those girls have the time of their lives together. They were together 24/7 all the time and there were so many tough moments when I thought maybe they were going to separate, but they didn't. They stuck with it and they taught me so much."