These hoping to see The Pussycat Dolls again on tour may want to attend a minute. Founder Robin Antin is suing singer Nicole Scherzinger for allegedly “refusing” to carry out within the reunion tour regardless of an settlement in 2019.
Within the lawsuit obtained by E! Information, Antin says she spent two years negotiating with Scherzinger over the relaunch and, in 2017, acquired $600,000 from Reside Nation that hinged on Scherzinger agreeing to carry out in the reunion tour.
In line with the swimsuit, the pair got here to an settlement, dubbed the Memorandum of Understanding, in February 2019 that Scherzinger could be an “energetic accomplice” and carry out in a reunion tour, together with as much as 45 stay performances anticipated to start out in December 2019. The breakout star would obtain 49 p.c of the shares and earnings of a brand new Pussycat Dolls enterprise, PCD Worldwide, in response to the lawsuit. Antin would get the opposite 51 p.c.
Nonetheless, the coronavirus pandemic modified their plans.
“Earlier than the initially scheduled dates of the tour, a once-in-a-century world pandemic halted music touring exercise,” the lawsuit states. They’d “no different choice than to indefinitely postpone the tour till it grew to become protected and economically viable to reschedule.”
It was initially rescheduled to Might and June 2021 in Europe, however later rescheduled once more.