Life The return of Pussycat Dolls with one woman less By weekster Posted on December 9, 2019 2 min read Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Share on Google+ The womens recently announced a comeback, but with one small change: the sixth Pussycat will not be shockingly present. “As a creative person I would like to make and release music myself” Melody Thornton (35), the youngest member of the formation, has indicated that she does not want to participate in the comeback of the once-loved Pussycat Dolls. The reason seems to have to do with the hassle between her and fellow singer Nicole Sherzinger. The two were said to have had discussions with each other several times, among others about Nicole’s lead position. On a video that has gone viral since the announcement of their comeback, you can see how Melody steals a solo from Nicole and the brunette is anything but happy with it. “I think it would be great for everyone to enjoy themselves and their lives, and whatever direction they want to go,” Melody tells The Sun. “I worked for years on the development of music and financed it myself. As a creative person I would like to make and release music myself.” Nicole Sherzinger was always known as the lead singer of the dolls for the 2010 break-up. However, the group wants more variety with their comeback and have therefore indicated that everyone would like to be at the front. According to an insider, Nicole has everything but problems with it and believes that everyone should have the opportunity to shine in their own way. Ten years after the split, Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Carmit Bachar and Jessica Sutta toured England and Ireland in April 2020….