'Avatar' inspires Wyatt's new group

'Avatar' inspires Wyatt's new group

Former Pussycat Dolls singer Kimberly Wyatt’s new project is inspired by ‘Avatar’.

The singer-and-dancer says he new band Her Majesty And The Wolves will be in direct contrast to the ‘When I Grow Up’ group, and she is currently designing a stage show for it which is “theatrical” and takes its inspiration from James Cameron’s 3-D blockbuster about a blue alien species.

Kimberly exclusively told BANG Showbiz: “This is more stepping into the world of Tim Burton, into the world of ‘Avatar’, the newer kind of fairytales that there are today.

“It’ll take people on an experience, I don’t know what other word to use. As we go along everything will come to life. It’ll be much more theatrical than Pussycat Dolls whose background was from burlesque inspired dancing and singing and being influenced by certain performers from long ago. As we go along everything will come to life.”

Kimberly’s bandmate, producer Spencer Nezey, will also be heavily involved in the live shows

Her Majesty And The Wolves’ debut single, ‘Stars In your Eyes’, is released on January 3.

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