Ten years after the 2009 split of the Pussycat Dolls, it was announced that five of the six Dolls would be reuniting for a live tour. However, the tour was postponed due to COVID-19. A new venture, co-owned by Nicole Scherzinger and the founder of the group, Robin Antin, called Pussycat Dolls Worldwide was also announced. Scherzinger would be given 49% of PCD Worldwide in exchange for performing and touring as the face and main vocals of the group.

Now, in a new lawsuit, Antin claims that Scherzinger would not participate in the reunion tour unless she got a 75% share of PDC Worldwide and full creative control. In response to the lawsuit, Scherzinger’s attorney fired back stating the claims were “ludicrous and false.” The attorney added that “Nicole loves and respects the PCD fans and hopes to one day be back on stage performing the group’s amazing hits for them, sadly, this will not happen under these circumstances.”

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