Pussycat Dolls reunion ‘going ahead two and a half years after cancelled tour’

The coronavirus pandemic and an explosive feud with band creator Robin Antin has not stopped plans for the Pussycat Dolls to take to the stage to perform for fans on a world tour

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The Pussycat Dolls will reward their fans with an all singing, all dancing tour – after an explosive feud threatened to derail the group for good.

Last month, reports emerged stating lead singer Nicole Scherzinger was being sued by the band’s creator, Robin Antin, over a disagreement to do with earnings.

A world tour had been planned for 2020, but the coronavirus pandemic derailed those plans – while the feud between 43-year-old Nicole and 60-year-old Robin risked collapsing plans completely.

But now Kimberly Wyatt has spoken out to say the tour is very much still going ahead – with new dates likely to see the ladies take to the stage next year.

The Pussycat Dolls will tour in 2022 after all, according to Kimberly Wyatt



The 39-year-old star told The Sun: “Nobody has told me that it has been cancelled so I’m holding onto the hope that it’s September 2022 until I’m told otherwise.

“I’m desperate to get out there. I had finally felt like I was in the groove, I was ready for it – let’s go!

“The fans deserve it. They have supported us for so long. We need to get out there and do what we do.”

The Pussycat Dolls – which consists of Carmit Bachar, Ashley Roberts and Jessica Sutta as well as Nicole and Kimberly – announced their tour back in November 2019.

The ladies announced their tour in 2019, but the Covid pandemic derailed plans



While the group has also teased they are planning to release a new album – which would be their first since their 2008 Doll Domination record.

Last month, Nicole slammed Robin’s claims that she would not perform unless she was granted 75 per cent ownership of PCD Worldwide, as well as other demands.

Choreographer Robin, who founded and runs the Pussycat Dolls, claimed the singer demanded a ‘controlling share of the business’ PCD Worldwide as well as ‘final decision-making authority’ on the venture.

But Nicole hit back at the accusations, branding them “ludicrous and false” – while also issuing a statement via her lawyer, Howard King.

The statement claimed Robin’s accusations were a: “desperate attempt to divert blame for her own failures by trying to impose obligations on Nicole that simply do not exist”.

Continuing: “Robin will fail in her efforts to trade on Nicole’s hard-earned success to pull herself out of a deep financial hole she has created by her own poor business and professional decisions.”

And adding: “Nicole loves and respects the PCD fans and hopes to one day be back on stage performing the group’s amazing hits for them.”

Pussycat Dolls creator Robin Antin sued Nicole Scherzinger over payment issues



Nicole slammed the ‘ludicrous and false’ accusations



The Pussycat Dolls reunion has been controversial from the off – having got back together after splitting in 2010.

The ladies performed their comeback single, React, on The X Factor : Celebrity in November 2019 – attracting 400 Ofcom complaints over the “raunchiness” of their performance and outfits.

Even the cast of Gogglebox hit out at the performance, with Sophie Sandiford gasping: “I’ve seen more of their beavers than I have of my own! Bloody disgusting!”

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