The girl group, best known for hits including "Don't Cha", "Buttons" and "When I Grow Up", confirmed that they will be heading out on a United Kingdom tour in April 2020 - their first shows together in 10 years. "I think we are going to push each other".
"But I think with us maturing over the last 10 years and all the life experience that's happened, we can hopefully bring that in and stay within the moment and enjoy it". "When I Grow Up" changed lives, "I Hate This Part" cured world hunger and 'Hush Hush' silenced all oppressors across the globe for good.
She breezes past any suggestion that there is disharmony within the group.
It was only after Nicole issued a public apology to her former group members that they started contemplating about a reunion.
Nicole said her secret battle with the eating disorder bulimia contributed towards the group's break-up, after she felt unable to confide in her bandmates. When you're battling your own demons and insecurities, it's not something you want to share with other people.
"I hid it from the world", she said.
Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Jessica Sutta, and Carmit Bachar will be hitting the road in 2020, embarking on a United Kingdom and Ireland tour that covers the length and breadth of the country. And it was this apology she began on the path to healing that culminated in this reunion journey.
"It's evolved, but we are the Pussycat Dolls and we stand together in having fun on stage and embracing our female bodies, whatever shape they may be in", says Ashley.
And no more "anorexic aliens", as Kimberly pointed out, who were pressured by her record company to look like this.
The "Pussycat Dolls" singer previously played during the show's West End run in 2014, but casting directors were not interested in seeing her try out for the role.
"Like any family, it's a relationship and you can do it", Nicole added, seeming confident they could get there.
Nicole insists that despite any disagreements within the band, they "always had so much respect for each other".
Now the women see this reunion as an opportunity to spread a stronger message and be an inspiration to other women, and describe the current #MeToo climate as a "beacon for empowering women".
In addition, X Factor UK judge Louis Walsh recently revealed on talk show Lorraine that the group would be reuniting on Saturday (November 30) for the season finale of X Factor: Celebrity. PCD posted their tour dates on Instagram on Thursday, kicking off in Dublin in April 2020.