The long-awaited The Pussycat Dolls reunion tour is set to begin next September. According to singer Kimberly Wyatt, the previously postponed concerts will be made up from then on. The American girl group, which broke up in 2010, was actually supposed to go on tour again last year, but that didn’t work out because of the corona pandemic.
So far, no new start had been communicated, but according to Wyatt, the target is September. “Nobody told me the tour was canceled so I’m hoping it will be September 2022. Until I hear something else,” the singer says in the British newspaper The Sun.
Wyatt himself can’t wait, but also wishes the fans of The Pussycat Dolls. “They have been supporting us for so long. We have to go and do our thing.”
Earlier this year, the reunion tour seemed uncertain due to an argument between founder Robin Antin and Nicole Scherzinger, the most famous member responsible for most of the vocals. Antin sued Scherzinger for refusing to participate under the current contractual terms. It is not clear whether that dispute has since been resolved.
The Pussycat Dolls was founded in 1995 by choreographer Antin. The five band members were known for their burlesque performances. They scored hits including Don’t Cha, Buttons and stickwitu. In 2009, Jessica Sutta, Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt and Melody Thornton left the group. Scherzinger continued with four new members, but decided to pursue a solo career a few months later.
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