The Pussycat Dolls' Kimberly Wyatt recently opened up about the status of the band now that they are on hiatus, hinting that she may exit the group. In further statement, she said she will always be part of the group and is thankful for the opportunity given to her.
"The Pussycat Dolls have been on a hiatus for a while now. I really don't know what's to come, I can't even comment on it because I'm not the driving force behind it," she told Digital Spy. "Robin Antin is the creator and there's a lot of chefs in the kitchen when it comes to the Pussycat Dolls. They're making their choices wisely. From what I know, Robin did issue a statement saying to expect new music, new ideas and to expect new faces."
"No matter what happens, I'll always be involved with the Pussycat Dolls even if it's helping with choreography or creative direction. I'm very thankful for everything that Robin has given me and I always want to express that in any way I can, whether it's in the group, outside the group or whatever it may be."
The Pussycat Dolls have repeatedly been hit with break-up rumors. The speculation emerged in April this year when Melody Thornton addressed the issue of her not being featured in the re-release album of "Doll Domination". Four months later, Robin Antin denied the report, promising a new album from the group coming out soon.