But the girl group are reuniting for a comeback tour next April across the United Kingdom and Ireland. They will start in Dublin on April 5, and end in London at the O2 on April 17.
The group would reportedly go on tour in 2020 with tickets going on sale on Sunday, reported Entertainment Tonight, according to Fox News.
Talking about their decision to make music together again after ten years apart, Wyatt explained that "there's some unfinished business with the Pussycat Dolls".
The American girl band and dance ensemble formed in 1995 as a a burlesque troupe, but went on to receive major global success. The girl group went on hiatus in 2010.
Robin Antin, founder of the Pussycat Dolls, added: "I created The Pussycat Dolls back in 1994 and never in my wildest dreams would I have thought it would become one of the most iconic girl groups of our time". "We are working on new music and a lot of new surprises for the show". Tickets are set to go on sale beginning Sunday, December 1, and the tour is officially set to kick off across the pond in the United Kingdom in April 2020. Tickets for the United Kingdom leg will go on sale on December 1st.
"I am very excited to share that we are back, baby!"
However, it has been revealed that Melody Thornton, would not be joining the group during the tour. She also opened up about her obsession with food and said that she would sometimes wake up on the bathroom floor, having passed out from "not taking care of myself". It is the first single from her upcoming EP. During that time, the 41-year-old played it coy on the whole reunion possibility, but now we know why.