Published: Mon, December 02, 2019
Life&Culture | By Sue Mclaughlin

Nicole Scherzinger Reunites With The Pussycat Dolls

Nicole Scherzinger Reunites With The Pussycat Dolls

Performing hits including Don't Cha and Buttons before introducing their new song React.

What a show! The Pussycat Dolls reunited for an incredible performance of their hits during the November 30 finale of United Kingdom.

It is known to everyone that time machines are just an imaginary thing and idea, but it really looked like we were seeing The Pussycat Dolls exactly as they were back in the day. Melody Thornton, 35, is now not any longer returning to the personnel for the reunion and the personnel's creator Robin Antin recently suggested The Sun that "it wasn't honest" for the singer "today".

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Roberts explained why they chose to reunite now, "I think it's just timing".

"I love my girls, I miss touring with them, we had the best times together". The Pussycat Dolls will embark on a nine date United Kingdom wide tour bringing hits such as "Don't Cha", "Stickwitu", "When I Grow Up", "Buttons" and more fan favourites back to life with their iconic dance routines and show-stopping vocals. Back on stage with my girls!

By contrast, Nicole previously confessed that she initially struggled with The Pussycat Dolls' sexy image. Nicole "jumped at the chance" to reunite with her fellow band members upon hearing the idea and was so excited by the prospect of the women reuniting on stage. These songs were the medley of their greatest hits. Even earlier than the performance, sources teased the describe used to be "going to be their first mountainous performance of the reunion and could maybe also neutral be additional special for Nicole attributable to her role within the describe".

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