After her on stage word scrap with Nicole Scherzinger, also noted as the ‘featured’ Doll of the Pussycat Dolls, group member Melody Thornton is clearing the air. Essentially, Thornton says Nicole is not the only one with ‘side projects’. “Nicole’s always had extra things going on as opposed to the rest of us, but we have aspirations as well,” Thornton said late last week, after being asked about PCD break up rumors. While the ‘Doll’ is taking the stage with Scherzinger, who she blasted after two singles from the group were released under the name ‘The Pussycat Dolls featuring Nicole Scherzinger’, on their summer tour, she lets it be known that they’re not happy ‘girlfriends’ — in fact, it seems like Thornton is biding time. “It’s definitely a huge misconception that we are just chilling and happy to just be members of the group,” she goes on to say. “I don’t think we’re breaking up any time soon. As long as this thing is moving, we’re all still here.” Since 2005 the Pussycat Dolls have sold over 8.5 million albums worldwide and have scored four top 10 singles, including the 2005 2X Platinum certified “Don’t Cha”. The chart-topping group followed their 2005 debut with 2008s “Doll Domination.” Since its release in September, the album has birthed singles like “When I Grow Up,” “I Hate This Part,” “Jai Ho,” and “Hush Hush”.
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