31 July 2008

PCD In Malaysia

KUALA LUMPUR: American girl group Pussycat Dolls has returned to Malaysia, and is set to raise temperatures at Genting Highlands when it opens the MTV Asia Awards 2008 tomorrow.

It has been two years since the girls performed in Kuala Lumpur, and besides their new music the members also feature new looks.

Jessica Sutta, who used to be a brunette, has reddish coloured locks, while Kimberly Wyatt is now sporting short hair. They are also now a quintet following the departure of Carmit Bachar earlier this year.

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The Pussycat Dolls posing for photographers during their press conference at KL Hilton Thursday.

“When the Pussycat Dolls explosion took off, we put three years of our lives into making sure we planted the seeds into the soil,” said lead Pussycat Nicole Scherzinger.

“(Then), we were able to take some time off, spend a bit of time with the family, and do a bit of self-searching. The time off was so healthy for us because now it’s all of us again and we’re coming back with a fire stronger than before.”

The group, made up of Scherzinger, Melody Thornton, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta and Kimberly Wyatt, shot to fame in 2005 with their debut single Don’t Cha. They girls previewed a number of songs from their upcoming Doll Domination to the media yesterday.

The album features their latest single When I Grow Up, which is making waves on music charts worldwide.

Pussycat Dolls will join artistes scheduled to perform at the MTV Asia Awards, which will be held i

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