First Nicole Scherzinger announced plans to release a solo project away from the Pussycat Dolls. Today, group member Kimberly Wyatt says she will follow suit in the near future. “It’s a dance pop record and I’m so excited by it,” says Wyatt of a song that may lead her solo debut. While Wyatt remains mum on the status of her solo debut, she does make it clear that the Pussycat Dolls are far from over. “It’s not the end of the band,” she tells Contact Music. “It’s the foundation for all solo projects. We are all independent girls, but will always be Pussycat Dolls as well.” Reports that a potential split of the group was on the horizon have been dismissed by each member since an onstage riff made headlines when group member Melody Thornton told fans “Thank you so much for supporting me – even if I’m not featured, you know what I’m saying?”. Thornton’s on stage comment stemmed from member Nicole Scherzinger’s name being prominently placed as “The Pussycat Dolls featuring Nicole Scherzinger”. Scherzinger attempted to launch a solo career with the 2006 effort “Her Name Is Nicole”.
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