The Pussycat Dolls' Carmit Bachar and Jessica Sutta Reveal New Album Is in the Works (Exclusive)

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Get ready for even more Pussycat Dolls in 2020!

Now that the girl group has officially reunited -- making their big comeback over the weekend on The X Factor: Celebrity -- PCD members Carmit Bachar and Jessica Sutta stopped by ET Live to dish on their reunion and plans for a new album. 

"It was so emotional. We all had tears in our eyes when we first got into the room together again," Sutta told ET Live's Jason Carter. "We love this group. We love being together. It's just an amazing experience all around."

Bachar added, "It's been incredible. It's been a whirlwind, for sure. Everybody wanted this to happen, not just fans, but we did and we call it divine timing."

Composed of Nicole Scherzinger, Kimberly Wyatt, Ashley Roberts, Sutta and Bachar, the musical act was formed in 2003 and released a number of hits including "Don't Cha," "Buttons" and "When I Grow Up," before disbanding in 2009. Now, 10 years later they are ready to share new music and hit the road.

"We all had things that we needed to do in our lives and go our separate ways to kind of flourish and evolve and grow as women," Bachar -- who was one of the first to leave the group -- explained. "It feels so good to be back with my girls. It's like a sisterhood. We went through a lot together...We are these women that were ready to come back."

They're also set to go on a tour in April of 2020 titled Unfinished Business. "You're going to get all the elements of the Pussycat Dolls: Water, fire," Sutta teased, adding that rehearsals will start in the new year -- and Bachar and Sutta can't wait to get back on the stage.

As for their new music coming up, the ladies performed their new single, "React," during their X-Factor performance -- and they have more coming soon.

"It's all in the works," Sutta said about a new album, adding that they are hoping that they all get to sing more and have lead vocals on a track.

"We have a lot of exciting things in the pipeline," added Bachar who kept tight-lipped on who they've been working with.

See more of what the members said in the video above. 


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