Pussycat Dolls Put A New Twist On Doll Domination With Re-Release

'The train is moving, so you got to jump on it,' Nicole Scherzinger says of new tracks for Doll Domination 2.0.

The [url id="http://www.mtv.com/music/artist/the_pussycat_dolls/artist.jhtml"]Pussycat Dolls[/url] are ready to dominate the pop world again when they re-release their Doll Domination. Doll Domination 2.0 will have album favorites like "When I Grow Up" and "Bottle Pop," but it will also include a few new tracks. (Note: At press time, the CD was scheduled for an international release only and the label had no release date, although the tracks may be available digitally.)

"We've got the new single 'Jai Ho,' " Nicole Scherzinger told MTV News about the album reboot, which features the group's version of the "Slumdog Millionaire" song. "We're really blessed. The train is moving, so you got to jump on it."

The re-release features "Jai Ho" and the new song "Painted Windows," as well as "Top of the World," the theme song from "The City." "We have a song 'Hush Hush' that we remixed [from the original Doll Domination] that we added with 'I Will Survive' remixed into it," Scherzinger said. "I think the fans are going to love 'Hush Hush,' because it was a ballad and now it's a dance remix."

The girls are on the road with Britney Spears on her Circus tour, and Nicole loves performing two songs in particular. "I love it when we perform 'I Hate This Part' and 'Jai Ho.' Even though 'I Hate This Part' is a new single, people sing along, and it means so much to me, because that song [means so much to me]. 'Jai Ho' is so spiritual and uplifting, and for people to accept it and it comes from a special place, I really love that."

Nicole is really excited to also take Doll Domination 2.0 on the road when the girls head back on their own tour post-Circus. Scherzinger loves sharing the PCD experience with fans, because she thinks they have something no one else does. "PCD is edgy, and there's something new and there's history behind it," Nicole said. It's unlike any other female pop group."

[This story was originally published at 7:50 am E.T. on 04.03.2009]