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The X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger, 43, has hit back at the founder of girlband The Pussycat Dolls after she became embroiled in a dispute over performing in the band’s reunion tour. The star is reportedly refusing to star in the band’s upcoming gigs, which were announced in 2019, unless she gets a majority share of the group’s company, including creative control.
Sadly, this will not happen under these circumstances
Choreographer Robin Antin founded the Pussycat Dolls in 1995.
But last week, the founder of the girl group filed a lawsuit against the band’s former lead singer Nicole.
The TV personality holds a 49 per cent share in company Pussycat Dolls Worldwide, with Robin holding the remaining 51 per cent.
The lawsuit claims that the star is threatening to walk away from the group’s upcoming reunion, unless she’s granted a majority share in the company.
It is claimed that Nicole also wants “final decision-making authority” and “complete creative control”.
Additionally, it is reported that she is seeking to gain a 75 per cent share of the PCD Worldwide company.
However, on Monday, Nicole’s lawyer Howard King told People magazine that the claims were “ludicrous and false”.
He added that the claims “are a desperate attempt to divert blame for her own failures by trying to impose obligations on Nicole that simply do not exist”.
The Pussycat Dolls reunion tour was originally announced in 2020, but, due to the coronavirus pandemic, was postponed.
Rescheduled dates were listed to start in May 2021 with a European leg, but are currently listed as “to be confirmed.”
The lawsuit filed by the founder of the group states that LiveNation is looking for the $600,000 it invested in the tour be returned.
Addressing the lawsuit, Nicole’s lawyer added: “Robin will fail in her efforts to trade on Nicole’s hard-earned success to pull herself out of a deep financial hole she has created by her own poor business and professional decisions.
“Prior to Nicole’s involvement, trading on Nicole’s name without her consent, Robin borrowed (and spent) $600,000 from Live Nation that she won’t or can’t repay,” King claimed.
“Nicole has invested her own funds in excess of $150,000 in support of a potential PCD reunion that has now been made impossible by Robin’s actions (including the public release of the group members’ confidential financial information).”
Her lawyer also addressed Nicole’s plans to reunite with the girl band.
He went on: “Nicole loves and respects the PCD fans and hopes to one day be back on stage performing the group’s amazing hits for them.
“Sadly, this will not happen under these circumstances,” the statement finished.
Express.co.uk has contacted Robin’s reps for comment on the statement.
The group was originally founded as a burlesque troupe 25 years ago.
Nicole went on to join the band in 2003, aged 25, alongside Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta, Kimberly Wyatt, Carmit Bachar and Melody Thornton.
They quickly shot to fame with hits including Don’t Cha and Buttons.
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