Pussycat Dolls Creator Robin Antin Confirms Girl Group Reunion

The Pussycat Dolls were a driving force of the girl-power movement during the mid to late 2000s decade. Their debut album, PCD, remains one of the best selling girl group albums in the world, boasting sales of 7 million copies. It brought to the table four consecutive top 20 hits on the Billboard Hot 100 (“Don’t Cha,” “Stickwitu,” “Beep” and “Buttons”) and numerous No. 1 placements around the globe, including the U.K., New Zealand and Australia.

Three years later, their sophomore album Doll Domination was released. It came fully packed with some of the girl groups’ signature hits including “When I Grow Up” and “I Hate This Part.”

Melody Thornton, Kimberly Wyatt, Ashley Roberts, Nicole Scherzinger, Jessica Sutta and Carmit Bachar of the Pussycat Dolls. Nominees for Best Pop Performance By A Duo Or Group With Vocal for “Stickwitu” at the 49th annual Grammy Awards (Photo by Lester Cohen/WireImage).

In a recent interview with CP24 Breakfast in Canada, PCD founder Robin Antin talked about the girls’ massive success during their short-lived era and the confirmation of a girl group reunion. When asked about supposed reunion rumors, she confidently responded:

“There’s a lot happening with the girls. Let’s just say, be ready. Get your outfits, your Pussycat Dolls hoodies and all of that. It’s coming.”

There was an earlier speculation in 2017 of a Pussycat Dolls reunion, when an official website was launched, signaling fans to sign up for email updates. Additionally, it came linked with an Instagram page, which has already accumulated well over 22,000+ followers.

The 2010 decade has introduced some impactful girl groups, including British sensations Little Mix, U.S. group Fifth Harmony and a bountiful amount of K-pop representation in acts such as Girls Generation, Red Velvet, BlackPink, etc. With a flavorful amount of R&B and dance-pop, it seems like PCD might not have to alter their previous sound up so much.

Stay tuned.

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