History Music / PussycatDolls

2nd Feb '16 7:39:39 PM Phys101
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Sounds more like one of these than RROD.
* HeroicRROD: Nicole Scherzinger had one early in her tenure, due to her insecurities when posing in skimpy clothing.
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* HeroicRROD: HeroicBSOD: Nicole Scherzinger had one early in her tenure, due to her insecurities when posing in skimpy clothing.
7th Jan '16 11:28:38 AM nombretomado
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It was originally reported that the Pussycat Dolls would return in 2013, but [[RevolvingDoorBand with an all-new lineup]] (which included former members of ParadisoGirls and Girlicious), but Robin Anton announced that the new group would ''not'' be using the Pussycat Dolls name, but instead be named "[[http://cdn.stagebloc.com/production/themes/assets/2620/20130614_200502_2620_427.jpeg G.R.L]]", and consist of Lauren Bennett (former ParadisoGirls member), Paula van Oppen (former Top 20 contestant from SoYouThinkYouCanDance), Natasha Slayton (daughter of comedian Bobby Slayton), Simone Battle (finalist on the first season of Series/TheXFactor) and [[CanadaEh Emmalyn]] [[Series/BatesMotel Estrada]]. Their first single "Vacation" appeared on TheSmurfs 2 soundtrack, and reached #97 on the South Korean music charts. They would later be featured on Music/{{PitBull}}'s track "Wild Wild Love", which [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wild_Wild_Love broke into the top 50 on several music charts]] and was certified platinum.
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It was originally reported that the Pussycat Dolls would return in 2013, but [[RevolvingDoorBand with an all-new lineup]] (which included former members of ParadisoGirls and Girlicious), but Robin Anton announced that the new group would ''not'' be using the Pussycat Dolls name, but instead be named "[[http://cdn.stagebloc.com/production/themes/assets/2620/20130614_200502_2620_427.jpeg G.R.L]]", and consist of Lauren Bennett (former ParadisoGirls member), Paula van Oppen (former Top 20 contestant from SoYouThinkYouCanDance), ''Series/SoYouThinkYouCanDance''), Natasha Slayton (daughter of comedian Bobby Slayton), Simone Battle (finalist on the first season of Series/TheXFactor) and [[CanadaEh Emmalyn]] [[Series/BatesMotel Estrada]]. Their first single "Vacation" appeared on TheSmurfs 2 soundtrack, and reached #97 on the South Korean music charts. They would later be featured on Music/{{PitBull}}'s track "Wild Wild Love", which [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wild_Wild_Love broke into the top 50 on several music charts]] and was certified platinum.

* {{Determinator}}: Paula Van Oppen. She dropped out of high school to focus on dance, and when people thought she wasn't good enough, she worked her ass off, appeared on SoYouThinkYouCanDance (and then bowed out to appear in {{Burlesque}}), and then went on to appear in commercials, music videos, and on stage with Usher, Music/KatyPerry, Keri Hilson, and Music/LadyGaga.
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* {{Determinator}}: Paula Van Oppen. She dropped out of high school to focus on dance, and when people thought she wasn't good enough, she worked her ass off, appeared on SoYouThinkYouCanDance ''Series/SoYouThinkYouCanDance'' (and then bowed out to appear in {{Burlesque}}), and then went on to appear in commercials, music videos, and on stage with Usher, Music/KatyPerry, Keri Hilson, and Music/LadyGaga.
24th Dec '15 1:08:21 AM ginger-spice
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* ADateWithRosiePalms: "I Don't Need a Man"
13th Dec '15 7:47:55 PM nombretomado
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It was all too much though, and by early 2010, the group imploded. Nicole had been wanting to embark on her ''own'' solo career (according to her interview on ''Behind the Music,'' she wanted this ''before'' joining the Dolls. She originally had no desire to be in another group, but realized these auditions were being held by some very powerful people, realized it was a rare opportunity to be in front of them, and just kind of fell into it,) and her album became stuck in DevelopmentHell. She finally released one in 2010, but it was to mild success. She did, however, become a (temporary) judge and mentor on both the US and UK version of ''XFactor'' and is credited with bringing together Music/OneDirection. It was originally reported that the Pussycat Dolls would return in 2013, but [[RevolvingDoorBand with an all-new lineup]] (which included former members of ParadisoGirls and Girlicious), but Robin Anton announced that the new group would ''not'' be using the Pussycat Dolls name, but instead be named "[[http://cdn.stagebloc.com/production/themes/assets/2620/20130614_200502_2620_427.jpeg G.R.L]]", and consist of Lauren Bennett (former ParadisoGirls member), Paula van Oppen (former Top 20 contestant from SoYouThinkYouCanDance), Natasha Slayton (daughter of comedian Bobby Slayton), Simone Battle (finalist on the first season of TheXFactor) and [[CanadaEh Emmalyn]] [[Series/BatesMotel Estrada]]. Their first single "Vacation" appeared on TheSmurfs 2 soundtrack, and reached #97 on the South Korean music charts. They would later be featured on Music/{{PitBull}}'s track "Wild Wild Love", which [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wild_Wild_Love broke into the top 50 on several music charts]] and was certified platinum.
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It was all too much though, and by early 2010, the group imploded. Nicole had been wanting to embark on her ''own'' solo career (according to her interview on ''Behind the Music,'' she wanted this ''before'' joining the Dolls. She originally had no desire to be in another group, but realized these auditions were being held by some very powerful people, realized it was a rare opportunity to be in front of them, and just kind of fell into it,) and her album became stuck in DevelopmentHell. She finally released one in 2010, but it was to mild success. She did, however, become a (temporary) judge and mentor on both the US and UK version of ''XFactor'' ''Series/TheXFactor'' and is credited with bringing together Music/OneDirection. It was originally reported that the Pussycat Dolls would return in 2013, but [[RevolvingDoorBand with an all-new lineup]] (which included former members of ParadisoGirls and Girlicious), but Robin Anton announced that the new group would ''not'' be using the Pussycat Dolls name, but instead be named "[[http://cdn.stagebloc.com/production/themes/assets/2620/20130614_200502_2620_427.jpeg G.R.L]]", and consist of Lauren Bennett (former ParadisoGirls member), Paula van Oppen (former Top 20 contestant from SoYouThinkYouCanDance), Natasha Slayton (daughter of comedian Bobby Slayton), Simone Battle (finalist on the first season of TheXFactor) Series/TheXFactor) and [[CanadaEh Emmalyn]] [[Series/BatesMotel Estrada]]. Their first single "Vacation" appeared on TheSmurfs 2 soundtrack, and reached #97 on the South Korean music charts. They would later be featured on Music/{{PitBull}}'s track "Wild Wild Love", which [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wild_Wild_Love broke into the top 50 on several music charts]] and was certified platinum.
25th Nov '15 6:45:39 PM ANTMuddle
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[[caption-width-right:237:One of the rare instances where the group actually wore clothes.]]
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[[caption-width-right:237:One of the rare instances where the group actually wore [[caption-width-right:237:Of course we wear clothes.]]
31st Oct '15 5:32:17 PM nombretomado
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It was all too much though, and by early 2010, the group imploded. Nicole had been wanting to embark on her ''own'' solo career (according to her interview on ''Behind the Music,'' she wanted this ''before'' joining the Dolls. She originally had no desire to be in another group, but realized these auditions were being held by some very powerful people, realized it was a rare opportunity to be in front of them, and just kind of fell into it,) and her album became stuck in DevelopmentHell. She finally released one in 2010, but it was to mild success. She did, however, become a (temporary) judge and mentor on both the US and UK version of ''XFactor'' and is credited with bringing together OneDirection.
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It was all too much though, and by early 2010, the group imploded. Nicole had been wanting to embark on her ''own'' solo career (according to her interview on ''Behind the Music,'' she wanted this ''before'' joining the Dolls. She originally had no desire to be in another group, but realized these auditions were being held by some very powerful people, realized it was a rare opportunity to be in front of them, and just kind of fell into it,) and her album became stuck in DevelopmentHell. She finally released one in 2010, but it was to mild success. She did, however, become a (temporary) judge and mentor on both the US and UK version of ''XFactor'' and is credited with bringing together OneDirection.Music/OneDirection.
26th Aug '15 1:42:03 AM Adept
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It was originally reported that the Pussycat Dolls would return in 2013, but [[RevolvingDoorBand with an all-new lineup]] (which included former members of ParadisoGirls and Girlicious), but Robin Anton announced that the new group would ''not'' be using the Pussycat Dolls name, but instead be named "[[http://cdn.stagebloc.com/production/themes/assets/2620/20130614_200502_2620_427.jpeg G.R.L]]", and consist of Lauren Bennett (former ParadisoGirls member), Paula van Oppen (former Top 20 contestant from SoYouThinkYouCanDance), Natasha Slayton (daughter of comedian Bobby Slayton), Simone Battle (finalist on the first season of TheXFactor) and [[CanadaEh Emmalyn]] [[Series/BatesMotel Estrada]]. Their first single "Vacation" appeared on TheSmurfs 2 soundtrack, and reached #97 on the South Korean music charts. They would later be featured on {{PitBull}}'s track "Wild Wild Love", which [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wild_Wild_Love broke into the top 50 on several music charts]] and was certified platinum.
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It was originally reported that the Pussycat Dolls would return in 2013, but [[RevolvingDoorBand with an all-new lineup]] (which included former members of ParadisoGirls and Girlicious), but Robin Anton announced that the new group would ''not'' be using the Pussycat Dolls name, but instead be named "[[http://cdn.stagebloc.com/production/themes/assets/2620/20130614_200502_2620_427.jpeg G.R.L]]", and consist of Lauren Bennett (former ParadisoGirls member), Paula van Oppen (former Top 20 contestant from SoYouThinkYouCanDance), Natasha Slayton (daughter of comedian Bobby Slayton), Simone Battle (finalist on the first season of TheXFactor) and [[CanadaEh Emmalyn]] [[Series/BatesMotel Estrada]]. Their first single "Vacation" appeared on TheSmurfs 2 soundtrack, and reached #97 on the South Korean music charts. They would later be featured on {{PitBull}}'s Music/{{PitBull}}'s track "Wild Wild Love", which [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wild_Wild_Love broke into the top 50 on several music charts]] and was certified platinum.
25th Jul '15 6:25:29 PM missmoon
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** Kimberly Wyatt is probably the most successful one as she managed to land success in the UK as a popular television personality and dance judge.
3rd Jul '15 4:30:46 PM nombretomado
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* {{Determinator}}: Paula Van Oppen. She dropped out of high school to focus on dance, and when people thought she wasn't good enough, she worked her ass off, appeared on SoYouThinkYouCanDance (and then bowed out to appear in {{Burlesque}}), and then went on to appear in commercials, music videos, and on stage with Usher, KatyPerry, Keri Hilson, and LadyGaga.
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* {{Determinator}}: Paula Van Oppen. She dropped out of high school to focus on dance, and when people thought she wasn't good enough, she worked her ass off, appeared on SoYouThinkYouCanDance (and then bowed out to appear in {{Burlesque}}), and then went on to appear in commercials, music videos, and on stage with Usher, KatyPerry, Music/KatyPerry, Keri Hilson, and LadyGaga.Music/LadyGaga.
6th Apr '15 10:11:25 AM jewelia13
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It was originally reported that the Pussycat Dolls would return in 2013, but [[RevolvingDoorBand with an all-new lineup]] (which included former members of ParadisoGirls and Girlicious), but Robin Anton announced that the new group would ''not'' be using the Pussycat Dolls name, but instead be named "[[http://cdn.stagebloc.com/production/themes/assets/2620/20130614_200502_2620_427.jpeg G.R.L]]", and consist of Lauren Bennett (former ParadisoGirls member), Paula van Oppen (former Top 20 contestant from SoYouThinkYouCanDance), Natasha Slayton (daughter of comedian Bobby Slayton), Simone Battle (finalist on the first season of TheXFactor) and [[CanadaEh Emmalyn]] [[Series/BatesMotel Estrada]]. Their first single "Vacation" appeared on TheSmurfs 2 soundtrack, and reached #97 on the South Korean music charts.
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It was originally reported that the Pussycat Dolls would return in 2013, but [[RevolvingDoorBand with an all-new lineup]] (which included former members of ParadisoGirls and Girlicious), but Robin Anton announced that the new group would ''not'' be using the Pussycat Dolls name, but instead be named "[[http://cdn.stagebloc.com/production/themes/assets/2620/20130614_200502_2620_427.jpeg G.R.L]]", and consist of Lauren Bennett (former ParadisoGirls member), Paula van Oppen (former Top 20 contestant from SoYouThinkYouCanDance), Natasha Slayton (daughter of comedian Bobby Slayton), Simone Battle (finalist on the first season of TheXFactor) and [[CanadaEh Emmalyn]] [[Series/BatesMotel Estrada]]. Their first single "Vacation" appeared on TheSmurfs 2 soundtrack, and reached #97 on the South Korean music charts. They would later be featured on {{PitBull}}'s track "Wild Wild Love", which [[http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Wild_Wild_Love broke into the top 50 on several music charts]] and was certified platinum.

* ''G.R.L.'' (EP) (2014)
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* ''G.R.L.'' (EP) (EP)'' (2014)

* ''G.R.L.'' (EP) (2014)** Simone would later have one due to her fears that the group would never be famous, and unfortunately unlike Nicole, she didn't recover and tragically took her own life.

* WhatCouldHaveBeen: Carmen Electra was approached to be a member of the musical group, but declined due to scheduling conflicts.
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