Pussycat Dolls End ‘Domination’ With Official Split

It looks like “Doll Domination” has become the final album from the Pussycat Dolls, or at least from most of its members. Following months of rumors, two of the groups members called it quits over the weekend citing disagreements and work on solo projects. Following Jessica Sutta, who left the group in 2009, Kimberly Wyatt broke news that she would not be returning for another album in Loaded Magazine. “I’ve left the group. I am so thankful for everything the Pussycat Dolls (have) brought into my life. But I have to say there were just too many variables that I couldn’t agree with and I had to follow my heart,” Wyatt told the mag. “So I decided to kind of push on with my own life…. Money and fame can’t buy happiness.” Ashley Roberts seems to feel the same way, as she confirmed her departure from the group via blog Sunday. “Yes, I have left the Pussycat Dolls..I love you all sooo much!!! I am so grateful to have the love and support of all of you,” said Roberts. “It was an amazing ride and I learned so much!” With both members out, that leaves lead singer Nicole Scherzinger and Melody Thornton as the last dolls standing. However, the latter is said to be working on a solo project and could be next to announce an official split. As for Wyatt and Roberts, both say they will be working on solo projects with Roberts hosting the upcoming Maxim does Spring Break special on E! “I will be heading to florida next week to shoot and am really excited to have fun and meet new people,” Roberts says of the show. “Good motivation to gettin my booty in shape. hahaha.”


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