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EXCLUSIVE! Robin Antin Spills On A Possible Pussycat Dolls Reunion! Was Nicole Scherzinger To Blame For The Split?
It seems like every other day, another group links back up for a reunion!
We recently caught up with Robin Antin, the founder and creator of the Pussycat Dolls, to get her thoughts on the girls possibly getting back together!
“The Pussycat Dolls were one of the greatest female pop groups in the last 10 years, our fans are so loyal and want more… so of course I feel very positive about it! I've spoken to ALL 5 girls and they all feel the same!”
So, are there any hard feelings between the girls since the split in 2010?
“Absolutely not. When you have five girls, living and breathing 24/7 together, there will always be some sort of conflict! No one is to blame… but truth is, they all loved each other, like sisters.
As for Nicole’s previous claims that she sang 95% of the PCD vocals, Robin stated that that was just “a number she threw out there” and that she meant no harm!
Robin also mentioned that all the girls are proud of each other and that with Nicole judging X Factor UK, that’d be a GREAT way for the girls to perform together once again!
That is, IF a reunion ever occurs!
We’ll keep our fingers crossed!
In the meantime, it sounds like Robin is working on creating ANOTHER girl group right now, which is set to launch soon!
This shoot is nothing short of fabulous, but it would've been nice to see her in some reds or golds.
After all, it is a December cover!! Hello, sparkles!
[Image courtesy of Marie Claire UK.]
This is some SERIOUS hotness!
Nicole Scherzinger killed it Monday night at the Daily Mirror's Pride of Britain Awards in London.
The former Pussycat Doll purred down the red carpet in a black lace Bibi Bachtadze gown and Giuseppe Zanotti sandals.
Nicole finished her seksi lace ensemble with a simple ponytail and Stephen Webster earrings.
[Image via WENN.]
Wow, we never thought we’d see THAT acronym again! LOLz!
As the boot camp results were revealed last night, three groups made it through to judges’ homes: Sister C, Dope Crisis and Emblem3.
However, since each category needed six contestants, Simon went ahead and formed teeny boy band, Playback, young girl group, LYLAS, and rap group, Lyric 145.
Check out one of the groups, LYLAS (above), made up of five strong female vocalists, who originally auditioned as solo acts!!
Guess we'll have to see if the ladiez prove to be one of Simon's strongest!
We did, however, kind of like Lyric 145’s rendition of Party In The USA! Ha!