Pussycat Dolls at war over reunion tour cancellation

Members of The Pussycat Dolls have launched conflicting statements in regards to the alleged cancellation of their extremely anticipated and repeatedly delayed reunion tour.

Lead singer Nicole Scherzinger took to her Instagram Story on Friday to announce that the “tour dates needed to be canceled” because of the “ever-evolving circumstances surrounding the pandemic.”

“I’ve invested an enormous period of time, inventive power and my very own funds into bringing this undertaking again to life, and whereas I’m naturally extremely saddened by this resolution, I’m additionally very pleased with what we had been in a position to obtain within the brief period of time we had collectively earlier than COVID,” she wrote.

Scherzinger, 43, concluded her assertion by saying she “can’t put into phrases the quantity of affection, admiration and gratitude” she has for the lady group and their followers.

Nevertheless, hours later, her bandmates Carmit Bachar and Jessica Sutta shared a joint statement on their respective Instagram accounts indicating that they had been unaware of the tour being scrapped.

“We need to say how extremely disenchanted we’re to study of an announcement made on Instagram that the Pussycat Dolls reunion tour is canceled. As of now, there was no official notification of that,” Bachar, 47, and Sutta, 39, started.

“Both approach, it appears as if it’s the tip of a chapter to an unbelievable, life altering expertise full of some superior reminiscences that we’ll endlessly be thankful for,” they continued. “To the followers, we love you. Belief us, this isn’t the end result we had hoped for. We wished it as a lot as you as a result of we respect you all a lot and it hurts our hearts you needed to wait so lengthy for a solution, however sadly it’s out of our management.”

Bachar and Sutta went on to say that though the tour could by no means come to fruition, this “will not be the tip of the Dolls story,” as they’ve “created a sisterhood that may reside on.”

Carmit Bachar and Jessica Sutta posing in a selfie.
PCD members Carmit Bachar and Jessica Sutta celebrated their “true sisterhood” after the information broke.

Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin appeared equally hopeful in regards to the group’s future, writing on her Instagram Story early Saturday that they had been nonetheless “working so laborious” to make the tour occur.

“All of us have made private & monetary sacrifices, however that’s what it takes to be a crew participant in a ‘BAND,’” Antin, 60, wrote. “Let’s not overlook there are 5 different members of this group who I look after deeply, who should be heard.”

She concluded, “There are truths to this example, I simply hope in the future they see the sunshine.”

The group’s two different members, Ashley Roberts and Kimberly Wyatt, haven’t publicly addressed the alleged tour cancellation.

The Pussycat Dolls, who dominated the pop scene within the 2000s with hits together with “Don’t Cha,” “Stickwitu” and “After I Develop Up,” introduced in November 2019 that they had been again collectively and occurring tour. In addition they launched a comeback single, “React.”

The worldwide tour was attributable to launch in April 2020, however the unfold of the novel coronavirus led to a number of postponements.

Within the midst of the delays, Antin filed a lawsuit towards Scherzinger in September 2021 accusing the singer of refusing to take part within the tour except she was given a majority share and full inventive management within the reunion.

Scherzinger’s lawyer, Howard King, later known as Antin’s claims “ludicrous and false,” telling Web page Six in a press release, “Nicole loves and respects the PCD followers and hopes to in the future be again on stage performing the group’s wonderful hits for them. Sadly, this won’t occur underneath these circumstances.”

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