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I was attracted to the fact that she was so powerful and willing to use that power, even sexual power.The Pussycat Dolls have an all new line-up following the departure of the group's original members."They're the ones that dictate the future of music."And the music industry needs them, if only because the tweens are largely believed to still purchase CDs.If junior high kids weren't entirely responsible for what Nielsen Sound Scan estimates as 2.8 million copies sold of "PCD," the debut album from the Pussycat Dolls that contained the (still) inescapable single "Don't Cha," Antin knows they accounted for a sizable percentage."If you go to a Pussycat Dolls concert, it's all these little girls, and they all have on their hoodies," Antin said recently in the family room of her modest one-story West Hollywood home. Although the LP was expected to drop in January, it now seems unlikely.And it sure doesn't hurt that Andrew Lloyd Webber himself is her biggest supporter having utilized her numerous times as Christine in on Broadway next week but decided last minute to return to the UK singing competition now that Cheryl, Rita Ora, and Nick Grimshaw have all quit!Girlicious was an American girl group originally formed by Robin Antin, creator of the Pussycat Dolls, from The CW reality TV show Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious.The group was originally signed to Geffen Records and composed of members Nichole Cordova, Tiffanie Anderson, Chrystina Sayers and Natalie Mejia.

According to a Brazilian website, a "reliable" source claims Nicole Scherzinger is replacing Fergie in Black Eyed Peas! While the former Pussycat Dolls front woman has released singles, many of her albums have been scrapped, and she hasn't seen much success on her own.

But there was a moment in the CW series' third episode when Robin Antin, the choreography maven who dreamed up the burlesque troupe in West Hollywood clubs in the mid-'90s, cut to the heart of the major-label music business in 2008.

Eleven female contestants -- all about age 20 and competing for places in Girlicious, the Pussycat Dolls spinoff group the show will found -- were to perform to an audience of tween girls, the age group that made Miley Cyrus so popular that she was an Oscar presenter this year."This is part of the key demographic you want buying your CDs," intoned Antin.

Thus far, they have received greater attention and major success from Canadian audiences, receiving platinum certification in Canada for their self-titled debut album Girlicious.

The album peaked at number two on the Canadian Albums Chart.

According to a Brazilian website, a "reliable" source claims Nicole Scherzinger is replacing Fergie in Black Eyed Peas! While the former Pussycat Dolls front woman has released singles, many of her albums have been scrapped, and she hasn't seen much success on her own.

But there was a moment in the CW series' third episode when Robin Antin, the choreography maven who dreamed up the burlesque troupe in West Hollywood clubs in the mid-'90s, cut to the heart of the major-label music business in 2008.

Eleven female contestants -- all about age 20 and competing for places in Girlicious, the Pussycat Dolls spinoff group the show will found -- were to perform to an audience of tween girls, the age group that made Miley Cyrus so popular that she was an Oscar presenter this year."This is part of the key demographic you want buying your CDs," intoned Antin.

Thus far, they have received greater attention and major success from Canadian audiences, receiving platinum certification in Canada for their self-titled debut album Girlicious.

The album peaked at number two on the Canadian Albums Chart.

"When I first started the Pussycat Dolls, I never would have imagined that would become our target audience. My idea, from the very beginning, was to have sort of live dolls, dancing and singing.