The final three have proven they can sing and strut their stuff, but
only one will get to be a full-fledged member of the group. One last
catfight erupts as two of the girls get into a screaming match that
goes all day.
Personality and public speaking skills are tested when the girls go on
a mock media tour that includes appearing in a commercial, posing for a
photo shoot, and an interview on the set of "Extra" with Mark McGrath.
The competition heats
up when the girls audition for last-minute spots as back-up dancers
with the Pussycat Dolls for a live televised performance. The girls
are crushed when they learn that only some will be given the
opportunity to perform with the Dolls.
The Pussycat Dolls’ manager informs
the remaining six they are booked for a show in Las Vegas at the
Pussycat Dolls Lounge – that night! The girls quickly realize the
challenges of learning new choreography while on a moving tour bus.
THE CLAWS COME OUT – Pussycat Dolls Carmit and Ashley stop by the house
to give some inspirational advice on creativity and sexiness to the
final seven girls. Robin chooses team captains to hand pick a group
for a disco-inspired performance and one singer is not pleased when she
is chosen last.
CELEBRITY HAIRSTYLIST JONATHAN ANTIN ("BLOWOUT") APPEARS – Pussycat
Doll Kimberly stops by the house to help divide the final eight girls
into two groups. Each group must master a new song and dance routine.
As a result of long rehearsal hours combined with little sleep, one
girl gives attitude to the vocal coach.
The final nine girls move into their Los Angeles loft and are separated
into groups of three to learn a song and dance routine. With the help
of Robin Antin and Pussycat Dolls co-choreographer Mikey Minden, the
girls must work together on their performances, but one group leaves a
member out of their practice sessions, causing tension.
In the series premiere episode, Pussycat Dolls creator Robin Antin is
on the hunt for a beautiful and talented singer/dancer who has what it
takes to join one of the world’s most successful performing and
recording acts. Some of the gorgeous and gifted participants are great
singers, some are great dancers and some have a creative style all
The CW Network kicks off a nationwide casting call for its upcoming reality series “The Search for the Next Pussycat Doll” (working title) in New York City on Friday, August 25, 12:00-6:00 p.m. at the Park Central New York Hotel (870 Seventh Avenue at 56th Street).
In its first series pick-up announcement since the May Upfront, The CW Network will welcome performing and recording artists The Pussycat Dolls in a new eight-episode reality series chronicling the group’s search for a new member, tentatively titled “The Search for the Next Pussycat Doll.” The announcement was made today by Dawn Ostroff, President, Entertainment, The CW.