Melody Thornton slays her vocals to promote new song but still quiet on Pussycat Dolls reunion

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Melody Thornton is yet to address the exciting Pussycat Dolls reunion – and her absence from the line-up – but instead, she’s busy promoting her new song and letting her vocals do the talking.

Pop fans are reeling from the news today that Nicole Scherzinger is reuniting with her Pussycat Dolls bandmates Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Carmit Bachar and Jessica Sutta for a long-awaited comeback.

Noticeably missing from the line-up was Melody but don’t worry, we’ve found her somewhere in California slaying those amazing vocals.

As the news of the Pussycat Dolls reunion was announced, the Dancing On Ice star shared a short clip of her singing her brand new single, Love Will Return, acapella during a break from her interview on Today Extra.

And it looked as though she didn’t have a care in the world.

‘WE ARE ALWAYS WITH YOU!’ one supportive fan commented, while another weighed in: ‘We Stan Solo Melody! Pussycat Dolls were great but you are a SINGER! Not a dancer! We will be here supporting you every step that you take! Just keep givin us these gems [sic].’

Although disappointed she’s decided not to join, one commented under the video: ‘We already miss you in the @pussycatdolls but you know what is the best for you.’

The Pussycat Dolls are back (Picture: PA)
Melody’s keeping it moving (Picture: Rex Features)

Praising Melody’s vocal talents, another said: ‘You better sang! Vocals that chill you to the core! I can’t wait for this project.’

Melody previously mused on the idea of reuniting with Pussycat Dolls and it’s safe to say she wasn’t keen, describing the idea as a ‘nightmare’.

In a recent interview with The Sun on Sunday: ‘I’m not the same at 34 as I was when I was 24. So the idea of getting together again sounds like a nightmare.’

She also told Today Extra that she needed therapy after departing the group.

‘[It was] the industry in general. I wouldn’t blame it on any one thing. I was thrust into the spotlight. I was introduced via this really huge vehicle, the Pussycat Dolls. No one knew it was going to be as successful as it was,’ she explained.

‘Just no anonymity. You kind of lose track of yourself a little bit. Yeah, I spent time with a therapist and it’s been really good.’

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