New Pussycat Dolls contracts almost signed
Pussycat Doll creator, Robin Antin (pictured right) has told Billboard that she is definitely working on a new line-up for the girl group.
Antin said: "It's official that I'm doing a new group of Pussycat Dolls, but the only reason I can't talk about the girls individually is because of contracts."
The Pussycat Dolls may not even feature six girl, Antin revealed: "The number of girls could change. I've been going back and forth. It could go back to five. It really depends on how it goes once we start to do our thing. This is what happened back in the day" when the original Dolls' first album, "PCD," featured six members in 2005. By the time second album "Doll Domination" bowed in 2008, the line-up had shrunk to five.
Antin revealed that the music industry is anticipating the new line-up: "Producers are calling. Everyone wants to be a part of the Pussycat Dolls. A group is a hard thing to do but I feel like we hold that part of the market. I've been able to really brand it."
Watch Robin Antin talk on The Wendy Show about the Pussycat dolls, and show some TV presenters how to do a Pussycat Doll dance routine below:
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