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There have been a lot of rumors going around that The Pussycat Dolls could very well be getting back together for an epic reunion. (And why not? If The Spice Girls could do it, anyone can!)
However, none of the members of The Pussycat Dolls (Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Carmit Bachar, Melody Thornton, and Jessica Sutta) are giving anything away – and Nicole Scherzinger, in particular, has played the reunion rumors down quite substantially…
“I’ve heard about those rumors as well. I cannot confirm those rumors,” Nicole told E! News.
She certainly hasn’t denied the rumors either…
“I wouldn’t rule it out because I love my girls and I loved my time with them. I wouldn’t rule it out but I can’t confirm anything right now.
“Because I’m so busy, I’m doing three different shows on three different continents.”
While we do enjoy seeing Scherzy on Australia’s Got Talent, The Masked Singer and The Voice UK, we would be even more delighted if she joined her old PCD crew for one almighty reunion.
It’s been ten years since the band split up, so the time couldn’t be more perfect…
“Nicole has long turned down offers for a reunion but with the 10-year anniversary of their hiatus passing, she finally said she was ready,” a source previously said about the reunion (according to The Metro) which included a tour and potentially a new album too.
“Nicole was made a multi-million pound offer to re-join the group and was given a huge advance which made it impossible for her to turn down.
“The tour is going to be huge and the group will be playing their greatest hits. But there has been talk of the possibility of them recording new music.
“It’s in the early stages but now they’re going to be back together, a couple of them, including Nicole, have said they’d be open to working on some new sounds together.”
So where do we stand on the reunion? We’re not too sure.
But since Nicole Scherzinger has said that she “wouldn’t rule out” a reunion, and the rumors are showing no signs of stopping, we are hopeful that something could happen in the very near future.