The indestructible Robin Antin jumped at the chance to bring some extra publicity to her Vegas birthday bash this weekend by using the party to officially debut the all-new Pussycat Dolls.
Yes, I know that PCD 2.0. was already unveiled earlier this year in that Go Daddy Super Bowl commercial, but half of those broads have since been fired, and now we have the real lineup.
Meet the new Dolls, from left to right.
- Natasha Slayton – This 21-year-old singer-actress-dancer boasts a 4-octave vocal range, and apparently can play guitar, which she uses to write music. If you ask me, she sounds way too talented to be part of PCD, but I guess she’s hoping to pull a Nicole by using the group as a springboard to a glittering solo career. Play that succubus Robin like a fiddle, girl!
- Lauren Bennett – Former Paradiso Girl and rumored leader of the new lineup. Bennett featured on LMFAO’s smash hit “Party Rock Anthem”, and is just one of the two Dolls in the current lineup that hasn’t been axed since the Super Bowl.
- Amanda Branche – Her Twitter profile tells me she’s a dancer and rapper, but in the eyes of Robin and Jimmy Iovine, she’s just the token black girl tacked on to give the group some urban flavor after Chrystina Sayers got the boot.
- Paula Van Oppen – This former So You Think You Can Dance contestant has survived the chopping block and managed to remain as part of the latest PCD lineup. It must be her Amber Rose hair.
- Natalia Mejia – You may know Natalie from her time with Girlicious, the time she claimed that beauty is a talent, the time she banged Chris Brown, the time she was busted for cocaine possession, or just for the fact that she’s THE DEVIL!!!!!!!!!!
Officially out of PCD 2.0 is Chrystina Sayers, cheerleader Erika Jenkins, and Kobe Bryant’s former mistress Vanessa Curry.
I would like the new PCD more if they had more members, and no Natalie Mejia. They need nine members, like Girls’ Generation. Not here for five! Oh well, I’m sure the lineup will change about thirty more times before the group debuts, so there’s still hope.