Where Are The Pussycat Dolls?
Claire Miles - April 7, 2022

The all-girl pop band; Pussycat Dolls rocked the 200s with their unapologetic sexiness and numerous hits like ‘when I grow up,’ ‘don’t cha,’ etc. The 5-member band includes lead singer Nicole Scherzinger, Melody Thornton, Kimberly Wyatt, Jessica Sutta, Carmit Bachar, and Ashley Roberts. Sadly, this band fell apart shortly after releasing back-to-back hits and becoming a teenage favorite. In the aftermath the years after the groups’ breakup, each member took different paths in their career.

 

Dancer performers of the Pussycat Dolls (L-R, Kimberley Wyatt, Jessica Sutta, (lead singer) Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts, Carmit Bachar and Melody Thornton) backstage studio at the 12th annual MTV Europe Music Awards 2005 at the Atlantic Pavilion November 2005 in Portugal

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For lead singer Nicole, she launched fully into entertainment. Her initial appearance as a judge on The X Factor, where she put together a specific boyband called One Direction. This was followed by a winning tenure on Dancing with the Stars in the United States. In 2011, her debut solo album Killer Love was eventually published. She became Steve Jones’ co-host on the first season of The X Factor USA. She also has endorsements with several brands and launched her own fragrance line called ‘Chosen’ in 2019. The melody became a judge on EBank !’s of Hollywood. Then, after a year, she returned to the UK to compete on ITV’s Popstar To Operastar, with former X Factor winner Joe McElderry taking home the prize that season.

 

Kimberly Wyatt became a full-time judge on a British talent show. She had a Top 5 hit in the UK with Aggro Santos’ 2010 single ‘Candy,’ before joining Paula Abdul and Travis Payne to judge the American version of Got to dance. Jessica Sutta continued pursuing her solo music career. She made waves when her 2011 single ‘Show Me’ topped the US Dance chart. Since then, many dance songs have emerged, including collaborations with renowned beatsmiths Dave Audé and Cedric Gervais. After coming second on, I’m a Celebrity… Get Me Out of Here! in 2011, Ashley Roberts became a household celebrity. She was a judge on ITV’s Saturday night primetime show Dancing on Ice for two seasons. She has since landed some jobs. Lastly, like Jessica Sutta, Carmit Bachar stayed concentrated on the music, writing many songs. In 2011, she founded LadyStation and released the track “Body In Motion.”

 

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