Last week Nicole Scherzinger wrote on Instagram Story that the reunion journey of Pussycat Dolls has ended.
“I have wasted a lot of time, energy and money to get the project back, and although I am deeply saddened by this decision, I am very proud of our achievements in the short time we spent together before COVID,” part of his statement read.
But some members of the group did not know, and put the words in response, throwing a little shadow of Nicole.
“We would like to say how disappointed we were to learn of the announcement made on Instagram that the Pussycat Dolls tour was canceled. As of now, there has been no official information about it,” he wrote.
“In any case, it seems to be the end of another wonderful, life-changing theme full of fascinating memories that we will always be grateful for,” she continued. “To the fans, we love you. Trust us, this was not the result we were expecting. We wanted like you because we were so grateful and it hurt in our hearts you waited for a long answer, but unfortunately it has left our hands.”
There have been reports that Nicole refused to take part in the trip unless she was given a major role and full control over the reunion.
His lawyers denied the allegations.
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