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Pussycat Dolls Present is a reality competition show that lasted two seasons on the CW. The purpose of the show is to find a new member of the Pussycat Dolls. Each episode had the contestants perform and sing in front a group of judges. If the contestant doesn't meet the judges expectations, the contestant is eliminated. The show was split into two series within the show's name. In the first season, the winner was a new member of the group, but in the following season, the winners became the group Girlicious. After the second season was done, producers wanted to do a third season. Due to low ratings, Pussycat Dolls Present was canceled.

The CW
1 Season, 10 Episodes - Canceled
Reality
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Pussycat Dolls Present Full Episode Guide

  • The few remaining girls prepare for their final performance, and each girl has a one-on-one conversation with Ron Fair to determine if they have what it takes to become a member of Girlicious. One girl seriously questions if this is the right path for her and if her personality would work well with the other girls chosen. At the historic Wilshire Theatre in Beverly Hills, California, the dreams of three girls become a reality when they are welcomed as members of Girlicious and immediately begin recording a new record. Plus, a last-minute decision shocks the remaining girls. Immediately following the announcement of the newly formed group, Girlicious will premiere their first music video for their brand new single, "Like Me."

  • The five remaining girls know they have to be talented to make it into the group; this week, they are also judged on their ability to handle the media during a press tour. The girls will be tested on their public speaking skills during a live interview with Los Angeles' KIIS-FM radio host JOJO and an on-camera interview with "Extra" host MARK McGRATH. Back at the house, the girls try to put their differences aside for the sake of the group, but one girl doesn't put forth the effort.

  • At the start of the episode, the girls still in the competition are (in alphabetical order) Carrie, Charlye, Chrystina, Natalie, Nichole and Tiffanie.Now that the girls have recorded the first single for the new group, it's time to film a music video with director STEVEN ANTIN on a sailing expedition. Out at sea, the girls must rock their routines and keep their balance in turbulent waters. During the final performance the judges make a tough decision to send one girl home.

  • This week offers viewers a look at never-before-seen footage from the previous weeks of competition. Outtakes, catfights and special surprise moments with the girls who hope to become part of the new girl group called Girlicious.

  • The girls visit the recording studio at Geffen Records to record one of the first tracks of the Girlicious album. Several girls are near the breaking point; one even gets into a heated argument with vocal coach Kenn Hicks during rehearsal. NICOLE SCHERZINGER drops by to offer the girls tips on how to best use their vocal expression.

  • Dance champion BLAKE McGRATH ("So You Think You Can Dance") and other surprise guests visit the girls in the studio to help choreograph sexy dance moves. A personal tragedy causes one girl to let her guard down, and the others rally to support her. Later, a heated late-night argument in the house compels one girl to consider quitting the competition. And Robin and the judges shock the girls when it?s time for the elimination.

  • The girls get makeovers, and heads turn when the girls rock their new looks at a Hollywood red carpet event. Rehearsals get crazy when three of the girls are instructed to perform on roller skates. And, as Robin, Ron Fair and Lil' Kim look on, one girl blames her brand-new look as the reason she botches her performance.

  • At the start of the episode, the girls still in the competition are (in alphabetical order) Alexis, Carrie, Cassandra, Charlye, Chrystina, Ilisa, Jamie, Jenna, Natalie, Nichole and Tiffanie.The pressure builds when three of the girls must pick their own teams for this week's performance, causing friction in the house. The last girl chosen feels left out; but, after revealing her personal story to the group, the girls begin to look at her differently. Nicole Scherzinger from the Pussycat Dolls performs, and each of the groups must then perform in front of a crowd of hypercritical fans. And, when facing the judges, one confident girl finds herself in the bottom two.

  • At the start of the episode, the girls still in the competition are (in alphabetical order) Alexis, Carrie, Cassandra, Charlye, Chrystina, Ilisa, Jamie, Jenna, Megan, Natalie, Nichole and Tiffanie.The girls receive tips from the Pussycat Dolls about having confidence, and *NSync's JC Chasez pays the girls a surprise visit. Then, as they are divided into groups for the week's performance, one girl's lack of confidence begins to cause fights -- and tears -- among several of the girls. One girl will be forced to hang up her boa after failing to impress the judges with her singing and dancing.

  • In the season premiere, 15 girls have been selected as finalists, but only 12 girls will move into a Los Angeles loft and begin Pussycat Dolls boot camp. Catfights begin as the girls rehearse songs and choreography, hoping to impress the judges. Grammy Award-winner Nelly Furtado makes a surprise visit.

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