Pussycat Dolls Biography

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“Inside every woman is a Pussycat Doll,” says Robin Antin, the innovator behind the singing-and-dancing ensemble that has risen from underground cool to major label hot. “It’s about female empowerment, about being confident with who you are. It’s about singing and dancing in front of a mirror by yourself and having fun.”

With their debut album, PCD, set for release by A&M Records on September 13, 2005 (led by the #1 smash “Don’t Cha,” a duet with Busta Rhymes and produced by Cee-Lo), The Pussycat Dolls go beyond being extraordinarily beautiful. With tremendous voices, and after working with today’s top songwriters and producers (including Will.I.Am from the Black Eyed Peas, Timbaland, Rich Harrison, Sean Garrett and Ron Fair), The Pussycat Dolls are ready to stamp their mark on music and on attitudes.

“To me, a Pussycat Doll is fearless but also vulnerable,” says lead singer Nicole Scherzinger. “We’re strong but we like to play too. The line in ‘Don’t Cha’--‘don’t cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me’--is meant to be empowering. The Pussycat Dolls are not about just being hot but also about saying something with real feeling.”

From triple-threat Scherzinger, to Jessica Sutta, the one-time captain of the Miami Heat dance troupe; from Carmit Bachar, the “La Vida Loca” girl on Ricky Martin’s world tour, to Ashley Roberts and Kimberly Wyatt, two of the most talented young dancers in Hollywood, and Melody Thornton, a young powerhouse singer, these Pussycat Dolls represent the next step for the group whose Sunset Strip performances became the hippest ticket in Hollywood.

The Pussycat Dolls were born in a tiny dance studio in the L.A. garage of actress Christina Applegate, with whom Antin was rooming in the early ‘90s. Antin had appeared in commercials, and did choreography for music videos for the likes of Smash Mouth, The Offspring and No Doubt. “But I wanted to do something creative and different,” she says.

So Antin invited over a few girlfriends who were also tour/music video dancers and they began to play around with her own choreography, a style endowed with the spirit of famed choreographer Bob Fosse (“Sweet Charity,” “Cabaret”) but also music from Led Zeppelin to punk rock, Siouxsie and The Banshees to Bjork, and fashion as well. Meanwhile Applegate suggested they perform at the Sunset Strip’s renowned Viper Room. Owner Johnny Depp saw them rehearse and reportedly said, “This is why I opened a club.” The Pussycat Dolls, which have seen many members in its evolving lineup since debuting in 1995, became the Thursday night opening act for the next six years.

A turning point came in 2000 when No Doubt’s Gwen Stefani came to a show and said she’d love to do a guest spot, not just to dance but to sing. So did Christina Aguilera. In 2002 it was time to take the show to a bigger venue and so The Pussycat Dolls moved to The Roxy. For two shows a week, for seven weeks, the place was sold out. Other guest performers included Brittany Murphy, Charlize Theron, Nikka Costa, Paris Hilton and Pamela Anderson. All of them appeared without pay, just for the fun of it, including emcee Applegate.

That same year, Antin joined forces with Jimmy Iovine, Chairman, Interscope Geffen A&M, who in turn brought in A&M President Ron Fair to executive produce the project and help take the concept to a higher level.

Their “We Went As Far As We Felt Like Going” was heard in 2004’s Shark Tale, their cover of the standard “Sway” (helmed by Fair, also producer for Aguilera and the Black Eyed Peas, among others) was heard in 2004’s Shall We Dance? The Pussycat Dolls were also seen in 2003’s Charlie’s Angels: Full Throttle and Pink’s “Trouble” video as well as 2005’s Be Cool. Scherzinger was featured with Will Smith on “If U Can’t Dance (Slide)” on his 2005 Lost And Found album.

Today, there is a Pussycat Dolls line of makeup from Stila and The Pussycat Dolls Lounge opened in April 2005 inside Caesar’s Palace in Las Vegas, featuring a different roster of performers. The future may hold a line of clothing, lingerie, perfume, videogames, TV and movie projects, and other lounges.

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Hi pussycat dolls | Reviewer: Randa | 12/25/2007

Hi pussycat dolls I love you all so much and I have cassete of your album ''PCD'' It is really nice album I love all your songs you are all really really nice I wish I meet you all once a day I'm 14 years old and I'm from Algeria


BYE! Please Answer my e-mail OK!



Nice!!!!!!!!! | Reviewer: Cindy | 10/28/2007

Hey girls ya know i love ur song i feelt like dancing everytime i heard ur song & eventhough im girl i cant help to have a crush to all of u.... well what a nice girl u r hope u guys can send me some picture coz ur my idol.....

Have a nice day!!!
Cindy



Concert????? | Reviewer: L!4 | 10/5/2007

Im from Idonesia.. i like pcd because all of u so sweet.. i very like song BUTTONS AND I DONT NEED A MAN.... MAJU TERUS PANTANG MUNDUR.. GBU



hmmm i'm not sure. | Reviewer: Anonymous | 6/24/2007

Although these girls are all beautiful, good dancers and singers, i wish they would tone down their image and their songs just a bit. I am tired of hearing songs all about sex, it's starting to get annoying. I know their trying to represent female power and their songs are very catchy and I respect them for that, but maybe if their videos were a litle more decent. Like in the video Buttons, I find that their making women seem as if their were a peice of meat to play with. I would like them better if they didn't dress so slutty and sexual. I mean I'm not jealous of them, yet; I wish women in the music world would stand up to the media and say that they don't have to dress a certain way to get that kind of attention.



stickwitu | Reviewer: Elba Cennamo | 6/19/2007

I love this song so much i had to play it on my wedding day. it reminds me so much of my husband i dedicated the song to him. Thank you for making my special day perfect.



mahira | Reviewer: mahira | 6/15/2007

me an my friend mercades who's b-day is today june 15th are doing our project on the pussycat doll we really like you guys and think your all pretty



Hi | Reviewer: Michelle | 5/28/2007

Hi Pussycatdolls
So R U going to have the 8th doll?
now i will tell you somthing about me
i am 11 years old
i am in year 5
i am a fan of yours

please send me a mail
thanks and how old are yous?



hmmmmmm...... | Reviewer: holly | 5/22/2007

uh hi! im a fan of carmit and nicole they r like SO COOL!! im usually copying the dance moves on wait a minute ft. timbaland..... well laterssss!


--- from fan; holly nakogee <3



hi | Reviewer: yasmin | 5/20/2007

to nicole hi i cant belive u girls ur so cool can u send me a picture on email pleaz

i wish i was a pussy cat doll im 11 and i love ur songs
bye nicole and the rest of the pussy cat dolls xxxx yazmin



Who is going to win: (The Search for the next pussycat doll) | Reviewer: Teresa | 4/23/2007

WHO? Melissa R., Asia, or Chelsea. My pick is Asia. So I would like u to e-mail me at lol_gurl2003@yahoo.com to tell me who U want to win (The Search for the next pussycat doll)




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