Kimberly Wyatt says her new pop act Her Majesty And The Wolves will be a ''postmodern pop fairytale''.
Kimberly Wyatt wants her new musical project to be a "postmodern pop fairytale".
The former Pussycat Dolls star is now a member of pop duo Her Majesty And The Wolves with producer Spencer Nezey, and has revealed she has very specific and ambitious ideas about what their sound and live shows should be like.
She said: "I don't want to give too much of it up, but I have ideas for costumes, I'm meeting with costumes designers. I want to make a new world, I want to create an experience which is very theatrical. It will be a postmodern fairytale of pop. We are the lead characters in the fairytale, it's along the lines of Tim Burton's 'A Nightmare Before Christmas'."
Although Her Majesty And The Wolves are comprised of Kimberly and Spencer, the 28-year-old blonde - who quit the Pussycat Dolls in February - says they will be joined by backing dancers on stage.
In an exclusive interview with BANG Showbiz, Kimberly explained: "There will be dancers at some point. It will come together organically.
"We're creating a platform for everything to come, right now I'm focused on the look of things, everything I'm telling you is what I see in my head, what it will actually be, you'll have to wait and see."
Her Majesty And The Wolves' debut single, 'Stars In your Eyes' is released on January 3.