Nicole Scherzinger is supposed to block the Pussycat Dolls reunion tour. The singer’s lawyer now responds to this accusation from band founder Robin Antin.
US singer Nicole Scherzinger (43) defends herself against the allegation of Pussycat Dolls founder Robin Antin (60) after she alleged in a lawsuit that Scherzinger refused to take part in the group’s reunion tour.
In a statement that Scherzinger’s attorney Howard King sent to People magazine on Monday, he described Antin’s claims as “ridiculous and false” and claimed they were “a desperate attempt to divert blame for their own failures by she tries to impose obligations on Nicole that just don’t exist “.
What Robin Antin claims
In a copy of Antin’s complaint, which the magazine also has, the choreographer claims that Scherzinger is demanding that an agreement be renegotiated for 2019 on “Pussycat Dolls Worldwide” and the Reunion tour.
Antin also claims that the defendant singer claims 75 percent from “Pussycat Dolls Worldwide” instead of the originally agreed 49 percent. She also wants “complete creative control” and “ultimate decision-making power”. According to Antin, Scherzinger allegedly threatens not to participate in the tour if these requirements are not met.
Great success with Nicole Scherzinger
The Pussycat Dolls are a dance and music ensemble from Los Angeles that was founded in 1995 by Robin Antin and Christina Applegate (49), among others. From 2003 front singer Nicole Scherzinger was the focus. After worldwide success, the band broke up in 2010.
In 2019 the group started a reunion. The reunion tour of the Pussycat Dolls was announced for 2020, but was postponed due to the ongoing corona pandemic. The rescheduled dates should start with a European tour in May 2021, but are now all listed as “To Be Confirmed”.