Not ones to avoid the ongoing pattern of famous ’00s groups getting back together, the Pussycat Dolls have declared they’re doing a gathering visit. So we as a whole need to discover right now how to get tickets for the Pussycat Dolls 2020 get-together visit, on the grounds that dontcha wish you could see the ladies one final time?
OMG me as well, so how about we get to it. As indicated by The List, the tickets for their UK rebound visit go on special on Ticketmaster from Dec 1 for ordinary clients and are as of now accessible for the individuals who have O2 need. As one may anticipate from an unfathomable all singing all moving gathering, they’re genuinely putting it all on the line. They’re completing eight shows over the UK beginning in Cardiff on April 6 and completing in London’s O2 Arena on April 17. The dates are as per the following:
Motorpoint Arena, Cardiff — Apr 6
Field, Birmingham — Apr 8
Motorpoint Arena, Nottingham — Apr 9
The SSE Hydro, Glasgow — Apr 11
Utilita Arena, Newcastle — Apr 12
Manchester Arena, Manchester — Apr 14
First Direct Arena, Leeds — Apr 15
The O2, London — Apr 17
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The group made the happy announcement about their tour, but some fans might be sad to hear that Melody will not be taking part. The other five band members will be, however.
For those keen on a preview of the band’s reunion, they’ll be appearing on X Factor: Celebrity this weekend. A fact which was supposed to be a big surprise, until old favourite Louis Walsh flapped his mouth. The BBC reports that Walsh was speaking to Lorraine Kelly in a live TV interview and let the exciting news slip.
“You know who’s coming on? The Pussycat Dolls are the special guests! There’s an exclusive for you. They’re back together.”
I know right, face palm moment or what? According to the BBC, when speaking about the revelation at the time Nicole Scherzinger, lead singer in the band and fellow judge, was able to laugh the whole thing off.