Wouldn’t Cha want the lead singer of your burlesque troupe / pop group / dance ensemble to inform you about the cancellation of your world reunion tour?
I am of course referring to the iconic 00s girl group The Pussycat Dolls, also known as a formative part of my childhood.
In the latest case, where members just aren’t quite on the same page in terms of appearances and hierarchies in the group, lead singer Nicole Scherzinger announced on her Instagram story yesterday that PCD’s long awaited (and COVID delayed) gensynstur would be canceled due to the ongoing Omicron wave.
“Thank you to everyone who had tickets to see the PCD – we are so grateful for your support and loyalty! With the ever-evolving circumstances surrounding the pandemic, I understand the decision that the tour dates had to be canceled,” she wrote.
Unfortunately, it seems that the other members of the group, such as Jessica Sutta and Carmit Bachar, were not aware of the update. In a joint statement posted on their Instagrams, the two wrote: “We would like to say how incredibly disappointed we are to hear about an announcement on Instagram that The Pussycat Dolls reunion tour has been canceled. Right now there has been no official notification. of it. “
They continued: “Either way, it seems like it’s the end of a chapter to an incredible, life-changing experience filled with some amazing memories that we will forever be grateful for. To the fans, we love you. Trust us, this is not the result we were hoping for. “
Jessica also posted a selfie of the two on her story, while Carmit posted a video of the couple going hand in hand for the group’s second debut single, “Stickwitu.” The members also swore in their statement that the trip “must have come to an end, but that is not the end of the Dolls’ story. We created a sisterhood that will live on …”
For her part, PCD founder Robin Antin posted her own statement on social media following Nicole’s announcement, saying both she and the group have been waiting for rescheduled dates and have “worked so hard to make it happen.”
It is worth noting that Robin currently has a lawsuit pending against Nicole. According to the former, Nicole was originally supposed to earn 49% of the reunification profit. With the pandemic-induced cancellation, Nicole apparently refuses to perform until her contract is renegotiated to 75% and she has gained complete creative control.
Tension escalated when Nicole’s lawyer, Howard King, struck back at the case, calling it “ridiculous and false” and “a desperate attempt to divert blame for her own mistakes by trying to impose obligations on Nicole that simply do not exist.”
“Robin will fail in her efforts to act on Nicole’s hard-earned success to pull out of a deep financial hole she has created from her own bad business and professional decisions,” he continued. Whoa!
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Right now, the Live Nations UK website boasts a new set of rescheduled dates that have yet to be confirmed. There are currently no tickets available for purchase and it is unclear whether previously purchased will be refunded or transferred.
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