The Pussycat Dolls are reportedly planning a reunion, five years after feuds tore the 'Buttons' hitmakers apart.
The Pussycat Dolls are reportedly planning a reunion.
The band ended in 2010 following a feud linked to Nicole Scherzinger's desire to make it big as a solo star, but since her latest release 'On the Rocks' failed to chart, the girls are planning on putting the past behind them and reforming.
A source close to the ladies revealed: ''The band are in talks about reuniting soon and they are trying to see if they can get all of the girls together to do it.
''The fall-outs and bitching from back in the day are all water under the bridge now.''
Nicole - who was axed by her record label RCA earlier this year - is apparently in talks with former members Kimberly Wyatt, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta and Melody Thornton and is keen to make amends.
The source told The Sun newspaper: ''Nicole has seen most of the girls on and off over the years and she's ready to get back together.
''Rather than trying to patch up their differences, it's more about working out how to get everyone in the studio and see what it will actually sound like.''
The news comes after the 37-year-old star - who had hits such as 'Don't Cha', 'Buttons' and 'When I Grow Up' with the group - recently teased she would like to get back together with the Dolls.
Asked about the possibility of a reunion, she said: ''I don't see why not. I miss it. I miss the girls.
''It was such a crazy time for us that stepping away from it now and taking some time away from it I'm like 'I wanna be able to do it again and really enjoy it and take it in and enjoy the travels with the girls'.
''I think in due time if it's meant to be, that would be a lot of fun and a blessing.''
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