Despite their previous attempt to work with the pop diva not working, the girls group are still keen to team up with her in the future.
It seems that The Pussycat Dolls are still curious to do something with troubled pop singer Britney Spears especially after their previous project together didn't work out well. The plan was shouted by the group themselves in an interview with AccessHollywood.com.
Revealing about their plan to team up again with Britney, the Dolls' Nicole Scherzinger said, "We totally support her. Not everything makes the final cut but we want to do something with her in the future." Moreover, Nicole also stated her admiration over the "Toxic" singer stating, "We love her, we're all huge fans of Britney, always have been."
Not only that, on the interview the girls group also confessed that they were really disappointed that their plan to put Britney as a cameo in their latest video "When I Grow Up" didn't work out. Expressing her disappointment, one of the Dolls Jessica Sutta said, "I was personally bummed because I really like Britney. So Britney, if you're watching, we want you!"
Unfortunately, the Dolls still haven't explained the reason that Britney's cameo was axed from the clip and only said, "There are a lot of things that you do that don't necessarily make the video and that didn't, for whatever reason."
Meanwhile, the Dolls themselves are currently preparing to release their new studio album titled "Doll Domination", that is being scheduled to hit the stores on September 16. Promoting the album the group have already spawned the first single from the LP "When I Grow Up" on July 10.