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Nicole Scherzinger ‘sued by Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin’ over group’s reunion

Nicole Scherzinger is being sued by Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin over the group’s planned reunion tour.

According to a complaint obtained by PEOPLE, Robin has claimed Nicole is refusing to participate in the tour unless she’s given a majority share and complete creative control in relaunching the group.

Back in 2019, the pair reportedly agreed Nicole would get 49 percent of shares and profits from the tour under a short-form agreement.


Despite previously promoting the tour and releasing a new single with the group in early 2020, Robin has alleged Nicole is now refusing to “participate in the reunion tour” unless they come to a new agreement.

According to the complaint, Nicole is allegedly demanding 75 percent of PCD Worldwide, and “complete creative control” of the group’s relaunch.

The Pussycat Dolls confirmed they were reuniting in November 2019, nine years after they disbanded.

At the time, lead singer Nicole said they had “grown so much” since they split in 2010.

She told The Sun: “First of all, I hope it’s different because WE are different. It is 10 years on now. We all bring our own unique gifts to the group.”

“I am so excited and we have grown so much. We are here to see each other shine. I think we are going to push each other.”

“Like any family, it’s a relationship and you work it out. It’s natural people are going to disagree and argue. But we always had so much respect for each other. We never had any knockdown, drag-out, crazy fights.”

The Pussycat Dolls kicked off their comeback by performing a medley of their greatest hits on The X Factor: Celebrity final.

The band was supposed to kick off their reunion tour in April 2020, but then the Covid pandemic hit.


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