Meet Pussycat Dolls 3.0

^^^Well look at these classy ladies above.

Yes, the one in the middle outshining the other four is Nicole Scherzingerwhile the other four ladies by her side are – the brand (and I use the word ‘brand’ for a reason) new Pussycat Dolls.

When Nicole candidly said that “uh-a couple of girls have left the band”, did we really think she meant all of them?  I know it was always about Nicole but it’s pretty sad to see the original four backing dancers in her band so easily replaced. Anyways, the four new ladies names are Jamie RuizRino Nakasone-RazalanKherington Payne and Vanessa Curry.

Jamie tried and failed to get into PCD spin-off group Girlicious, Rino was one of the Harajuku Girls who you might find lurking about a Gwen Stefanivideo, Kherrington starred in Fame and Glee and Vanessa – well, she was a mistress of basketball star Kobe Bryant. A classy bunch. I bet Kherrington will be the new Melody Thornton and try and steal the spotlight from the crazy diva Nicole.

Don’t expect a PCD reunion just yet…Nicole is currently in the midst of her solo career with new single Nobody Can Change Me. As for the original now departed PCD members…well…Melody Thornton looks like she’s heading down the washed up reality TV show route. Jessica Sutta and Ashley Roberts are not doing anything, last time I heard Carmit Bachar was singing about her “milky way” but  Kimberly Wyatt seems to be doing well for herself by scoring a Top 10 hit with Aggros Santos in the UK with the song Candy


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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2 Comments

  1. Gerard McGarry

    I don’t get it. Why’s Scherzinger pictured with these girls if she’s embarked on her solo career? Is there a chance of her returning to the PCD fold once she’s flopped out with her solo material?

    1. RandomEnigma

      Nicole is the only member who hasn’t left the Pussycat Dolls. I imagine their testing the waters by giving in and allowing Nicole to try and have her solo career. If she has a Beyoncé type solo success, expect a new PCD record in two or three years. If Nicole most likely flops, she has the safety net of the Pussycat Dolls to return to and bring some music out with them.

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