04/08/2015 04:28 BST | Updated 04/08/2015 04:59 BST

Nicole Scherzinger For Pussycat Dolls Reunion, After 'Losing Solo Record Deal'?

Nicole Scherzinger is reportedly planning to reunite with her former Pussycat Dolls bandmates, five years after they confirmed they were splitting up.


During their time in the spotlight, the girls were responsible for some seriously huge tunes, including ‘Don’t Cha’, ‘Buttons’, ‘I Don’t Need A Man’ and the 10/10 banger ‘When I Grow Up’, and boasted future huge stars like Lady Gaga and Rihanna as their support acts on tour.

Despite reports that their time in the group was rife with fall-outs and tension, it has now been claimed the Dolls are planning to put it all behind them and stage a reunion.

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Pussycat Dolls performing in 2008

An insider tells The Sun: “The band are in talks about reuniting soon and they are trying to see if they can get all of the girls together to do it.

“The fall-outs and bitching from back in the day are all water under the bridge now. Nicole has seen most of the girls on and off over the years and she’s ready to get back together.”

Of course, it’s presumably no coincidence that this reunion talk comes following reports that Nicole had been dropped by her UK record label, after her most recent release, ‘Big Fat Lie’, failed to set the charts alight.

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Nicole Scherzinger

She’s enjoyed moderate success as a solo artist - topping the UK singles chart with her empowering, flaw-free anthem ‘Don’t Hold Your Breath’ - but it was recently claimed that her label had let her go, due to low sales of her sophomore release.

The remaining members of the band have enjoyed mixed success since the departure of the group, with Ashley Roberts making a splash on ‘I’m A Celebrity’ and Kimberly Wyatt judging the Sky reality show ‘Got To Dance’ for five years.

To remind yourself of the glory days of the PCD, watch the video for their hit 'Hush Hush; Hush Hush' below:

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