After making fans ‘React’ with excitement upon news of a comeback, the Pussycat Dolls are looking to crank things up a notch with the support of new management and new music too.
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Per The Sun, the ladies have secured interest from Maverick — the managerial home of Madonna and Britney Spears.
Word is that the group – currently comprised of Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Carmit Bachar and Jessica Sutta – are also mulling competing deals to shepherd their act moving forward.
Per the report, PCD are eager to reconvene in the wake of the global health crisis putting a pause on their tour plans.
The update comes after quiet rumblings of Scherzinger possibly readying solo music for release.
As for that, a source said:
“Nicole had considered doing some solo music last year and wrote a series of songs including a track about social distancing called Anti-Party Anthem.
“That one was a fun nod to lockdown life, which she wrote when the pandemic had just started but she decided not to put it out a short while later. The time has passed and she has no plans right now to do anything as a solo artist. All her focus is on The Pussycat Dolls at the moment.
According the same source, the quintet are “determined to release some singles in 2021” and have “songs which they are plotting” on dropping.
The current incarnation of the Dolls does not feature original member Melody Thornton, who opted to continue pursing her solo career.
‘React’ remains an almighty bop. So, we’re ready to hear what else they have in stock.
That said, as a matter of principle (and so as to adapt to today’s climate), they’re gonna need those mics
on up for the members that aren’t Nicole. Anything beyond that genuinely dates the overall act. It’s 2021. People buy into individuality and it’s hard to achieve that when WE CAN’T HEAR the majority of the group.