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Nicole Scherzinger, member of the Pussycat Dolls, is the last original one left in the group after the other members decided to pursue other careers. Scherzinger, 31, said the former members are still like family, and she wishes them the best with their futures.
“We were really a sisterhood,” she said in an interview with MTV News. “We were together for six years, nonstop, 24/7. And I know a lot of them are pursuing their own solo projects and future endeavors, and I wish them nothing but the best.”
She went on to say the group’s breakup was “inevitable,” as with most other musical groups.
“When it comes to girl groups, I think we did the best that we could for a good chunk of time,” Scherzinger said. “We had an amazing time, and then people change and people grow, and sometimes things aren’t right for them.”
She confirmed that there will be an all-new Pussycat cast, and a new album is already in the works.
“I don’t know if I’m gonna put [the new music out] under my name yet or if it’s going to be perfect for the Dolls,” she said. “It doesn’t matter. I just want to make great music for the fans. It’s going to be popular music, but I’m definitely going with [a] more rock, soul-inspired sound.”
Scherzinger will also appear as a contestant on the upcoming season of “Dancing With the Stars.”