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Pussycat Dolls ‘plan reunion’

Published 04/08/2015

Nicole Scherzinger
Nicole Scherzinger

Nicole Scherzinger is said to have put the rumoured feud with her former Pussycat Dolls groupmates aside.

The all-girl pop group disbanded in 2010 after all the members, which include Nicole, Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Melody Thornton and Jessica Sutta, decided to pursue solo careers.

But it’s now claimed even though the band have feuded with each other in the past, they are willing to commit to a Pussycat Dolls revival.

“The band are in talks about reuniting soon and they are trying to see if they can get all of the girls together to do it,” a source told British newspaper The Sun.

There were hints of tension behind the scenes as one by one the women announced their departures.

Kimberly was the second to go, following her bandmate Jessica, who claimed she was ousted after suffering from a broken rib on tour.

However, it’s believed everyone is over the bickering as time has healed the hostility.

“The fall-outs and b***hing from back in the day are all water under the bridge now,” the insider revealed. “Nicole has seen most of the girls on and off over the years and she’s ready to get back together.

“Rather than trying to patch up their differences, it’s more about working out how to get everyone in the studio and see what it will actually sound like.”

Nicole has spoken in the past about her openness to reuniting with the Pussycat Dolls.

The group sold 15 million albums worldwide while they were together and the 37-year-old acknowledged how much fun they had performing on the road for fans.

"I love the girls, I miss them, I wish them the best. I don't see why it wouldn't be possible sometime in the future,” she revealed during an interview with Kiss FM.

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