Not cha Would you like the lead singer of your burlesque troupe / pop group / dance ensemble to inform you about the cancellation of your world reunion tour?
I, of course, mean the iconic girl group of the 00s. Kitty Dolls, also known as a formative part of my childhood.
In the latter case, when the participants were not quite on the same wavelength in terms of performances and hierarchies in a group, soloist Nicole Scherzinger announced yesterday in her Instagram story that the highly anticipated (and delayed due to COVID) PCD reunion tour will be canceled as a result of the ongoing wave of Omicron.
Unfortunately, it seems that other band members such as Jessica Sutta and Carmit Bachardidn’t know about the update. In a joint statement posted on their Instagram, they wrote: “We want to say how incredibly disappointed we are to hear of the announcement made on Instagram about the cancellation of The Pussycat Dolls reunion tour. No official notification has been received at this time. what. “
They continued, “Either way, it seems like this is the end of a chapter of an incredible, life-changing experience filled with amazing memories that we will always be grateful for. Fans, we love you. Trust us, this is not the result we were hoping for. “
Jessica also posted selfies of the two in her story, and Carmit posted a video of the couple walking hand in hand to the group’s second debut single, “Stickwitu”. The members also vowed in a statement that the tour “may have come to an end, but this is not the end of the Dolls story. We have created a sisterhood that will live on … “
For her part, PCD founder Robin Antin published her own statement on social media following Nicole’s announcement, stating that both she and the group had been waiting for the rescheduled dates and “worked hard to make it happen.”
It’s worth noting that Robin is currently reviewing a lawsuit against Nicole. According to formerNicole was originally supposed to receive 49% of the profits from the reunion. Following the cancellation caused by the pandemic, Nicole seemingly refuses to perform until her contract is renegotiated to 75% and she is given full creative control.
The tension escalated when Nicole’s lawyer Howard King hit back in the lawsuit, calling it “ludicrous and false” and “a desperate attempt to shift the blame for their own failures, trying to impose obligations on Nicole that simply do not exist.”
Currently Live Nation in the UK Web site boasts a new lineup of rescheduled dates that have yet to be confirmed. There are currently no tickets available for purchase and it is unclear if previously purchased tickets will be refunded or carried over.