American girl group The Pussycat Dolls which split in 2009 after six years of topping the charts and making waves in the industry together is aiming towards a reunion.
The Pussycat Dolls delighted fans by hinting that they are getting back together on Monday, after eight years apart.
In the wake of a widespread rumour about their comeback, the “Don’t Cha” hitmakers led by X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger, confirmed the reunion by launching a new website, entitled PCD Reunion. Nevertheless, the website doesn’t have much to share about the group’s plans for the future. For the most part, it only allows fans to sign up for their mailing list and to access an Instagram page which bears the same name.
The group which is made up of Nicole Scherzinger, Kimberly Wyatt, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta, and Melody Thornton has been making headlines, sparking major speculation of a possible reunion.
An insider told The Sun the girls are excited about getting back together. However, they are not sure about what their routine will look like for now.
“Talk of the girls getting back together has been rife for a few years now and they have finally found a time which works for them all.
“They are still deciding whether it will involve a full tour or just a handful of performances but they are excited to be getting out there together again.
“The girls feel the time is right to let bygones be bygones and put any differences they had behind them and celebrate the great songs they made.”
Plans for a reunion have been in the pipeline for years as 56-year-old Robin Antin who founded The Pussycat Dolls back in 1995, said in 2015 she had been in talks with band members to make it a reality.
Released in 2005, the group’s debut single, “Don’t Cha” topped the charts in 15 countries and sold over seven million copies worldwide.They went on to dominate the charts for years with catchy hits and fabulous music videos until their heartbreaking split in 2009.