The Pussycat Dolls (formed 1995) The Pussycat Dolls originally started out as a burlesque troupe but was later re-cast as a pop group.In this new guise, the group has enjoyed large-scale success across the globe.Lewis Hamilton wrote a nostalgic message about his "favourite" Nicole on Tuesday, describing her as "the sweetest girl". She's the sweetest girl plus if you mess with me, she'll bite your ass or eat you:) Now that's a friend.
In 1999, the group appeared in a Playboy picture feature.Moving to The Roxy, the group became infamous around the world and were the subject of MTV specials, VH1 programmes, as well as films and advertising campaigns.They performed a number of 1950s and '60s pop songs, dressed in vintage-style pin-up costumes and lingerie.Between 19, the group maintained a residency at The Viper Room, the Los Angeles club formerly owned by Johnny Depp (and also the location of River Phoenix's death).The second single from the album was 'I Hate This Part'.
In 2008, The Pussycat Dolls were confirmed as one of the acts booked for the Royal Variety Performance 2008, which is a major British cultural event, attended by members of the Royal family.
They appeared in the promotional video for Pink's song 'Trouble', as well as featuring in Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle.
In 2002, the group was featured in a Maxim photo shoot.
Musical Career: In 2003, with a line-up of Nicole Scherzinger, Carmit Bachar, Kimberley Wyatt, Ashley Roberts, Melody Thornton, Kaya Jones and Jessica Sutta, the band was launched as a pop act, with PCD branded costumes, hit producers working for them and guest rappers on board.
In September 2005, their debut album, PCD was released.
Carmen Electra (the group's main performer for many shows) and Christina Aguilera were featured in the shoot.