A change in plans. After the Pussycat Dolls had previously planned a reunion tour, Nicole Scherzinger have confirmed that their highly anticipated event has been canceled due to increasing increases in the coronavirus pandemic.
“Thank you to everyone who had tickets to see PCD – we’re so grateful for your support and loyalty,” Scherzinger, 43, wrote via Instagram Story on Friday, January 7th. “With the ever-changing circumstances surrounding the pandemic, I understand the decision that the tour dates had to be canceled.”
That Masked singer The judge continued in his speech: “I have invested a huge amount of time, creative energy and my own finances in bringing this project back to life, and although I am obviously incredibly sorry for this decision, I am also very proud of what we achieved in the short time we had together before COVID. “
Scherzinger even made sure to share a sweet shoutout to their fans and her fellow members, including Jessica Sutta, Carmit Bachar, Ashley Roberts, Melody Thornton and Kimberly Wyatt.
“I can’t put into words the amount of love, admiration and gratitude I have for the other girls in the group and the fans who have supported us.” that Annie Live! alum added. “Stay in Safety and Health – Love and Blessings.”
After Scherzinger’s announcement sent shock waves through PCD’s legions of loyal supporters, several of her fellow girl group members claimed they found out that their official reunion was scrapped via her message on social media.
“We would like to say how incredibly disappointed we are to hear of an announcement on Instagram that the Pussycat Dolls reunion tour has been canceled,” Bachar claimed via a joint Instagram statement on Saturday, January 8 with Sutta. “At present, there has been no official announcement about it. Either way, it seems like it’s the end of a chapter for an incredible, life-changing experience full of some amazing memories that we will forever be grateful for. “
That 13 Ongoing 30 actress, 47, continued: “Trust us, this is not the result we were hoping for. We wanted it as much as you because we value you all so much and it hurts in our hearts, that you should wait so long for an answer, but it is unfortunately beyond our control.… This trip may have come to an end, but it is not the end of the Dolls story. We created a sisterhood that will live on. “
Following their opinion of the group’s lasting sisterhood band, band founder Robin Antin shared his own message to their fans.
“Myself and all the girls have been waiting for the rescheduled reunion tour dates for a long time and we are all working so hard to make it happen,” the choreographer, 60, wrote via his own Instagram post on Saturday. “We’ve been so happy to go out and connect with such incredible fans and give them what they really deserve. We’ve all made personal and financial sacrifices, but that’s what it takes to be a team player in a ‘BAND’. ”
Antin further stated: “Let us not forget that there are 5 other members of this group that I like very much and who deserve to be heard.… There are truths in this situation, I just hope they one day see the light . ”
Neither Antin, Scherzinger nor the rest of the “Buttons” singers have publicly discussed the situation and the allegations about the announcement of the canceled tour date further.
Antin originally founded the Pussycat Dolls as a burlesque troupe in 1995. Several years later, they were signed by Geffen A&M Records in 2003 and soon got its six members by well-known names. The band went on to release two charts that topped the charts ahead of their possible split in 2010.
Several of its members, including the native Hawaii, have been teasing a potential PCD reunion since the band’s breakup.
“I really hope it happens. And I have a feeling it will,” teased Sutta, 39, exclusively to Us Weekly in September 2019. ”I think everyone is involved. With crossed fingers. I mean, it’s going to be a great 2020. “
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