Nicole Scherzinger is back in contact with her Pussycat Dolls bandmates and thinks there's a "good chance" they'll reunite soon. Earlier this week, it was reported the Don't Cha hitmaker, who is a judge on the British talent contest The X Factor: Celebrity, planned to use the show to unveil the band’s return before taking to the stage with her bandmates for their first gig in more than a decade.
And the star has fuelled the rumours of a comeback even further by revealing she is back in touch with Ashley Roberts, Kimberley Wyatt, Melody Thornton, Jessica Sutta and Carmit Bachar, and teased a comeback could be imminent.
Speaking on Saturday's instalment of Britain's The Jonathan Ross Show, she said: "I can’t confirm anything right now but I wouldn’t rule it out. We are talking."
When asked by host Jonathan if talking meant there was a good chance of a reunion, she added:
"Yas. We haven’t talked in many years so we are talking now…"
The singer's comments come after it was previously reported Nicole had signed a multi-million dollar deal to front the Dolls' comeback.