As the Pussycat Dolls comeback performance nears 10 million views, the excitement it ignited is turning fan attention to what the ladies are cooking up next.
It’s emerged that an EP is set for January and the masses were gifted a snippet of new song ‘React’ during their explosive X Factor showing.
And yet for all the buzz, it’s sparked renewed debate about the distribution of vocals within the group. Notably because there wasn’t any.
Nicole Scherzinger has become synonymous with PCD’s look and sound after giving a new meaning to lead singer. A reality that her bandmates each bemoaned in the early years that followed the group’s initial break-up in 2010. And a reality some say is the reason Melody Thornton opted to sit out the current regrouping.
With almost a decade passed, will fans finally hear the voices of Ashley Roberts, Carmit Bachar, Jessica Sutta, and Kimberly Wyatt? It seems so!
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Carmit offered the following when quizzed by Entertainment Tonight about whether anyone besides Scherzinger will be singing on their new material:
“That’s the plan. Absolutely. I think everybody has a voice and should be heard. And yes, Nicole is lead singer of the group and that’s the way it was and probably will be moving forward. But yeah, we all have voices and have something to say.”
Watch the full interview (vocal sharing part begins at 5.17):
Here’s hoping the plan sticks. It’d definitely bring the fresh needed to make this more than a momentary stroll down Nostalgia Avenue.