Sometimes people talk about you, but they do it themselves.That’s the one thing about the Pussycat Dolls that sets us apart from everyone else is that we try to create different things that eventually people follow in our footsteps.

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Melody: Well I think that it’s really interesting how the law works if you’re an artist within the industry.

Not to say I have an opinion, because it’s one of those things that I don’t know.

But the possibilities are endless, and we’re definitely trying to work with new people on the album.

AHHA: What do you think of R Kelly’s recent legal drama?

I wasn’t there so I can’t really pass judgment or make comments regarding the situation, but I know it can be really hard when the media can get into your personal life.

AHHA: With Carmit leaving the group and Nicole coming back to the Pussycat Dolls after a failed solo attempt, how is the morale?AHHA: You’re new single is called “When I Grow Up.” How would you say you’ve grown up personally?Melody: Wow, when I got into PCD I was 19 years old, and I was very unaware of just the world and how to deal with people.Melody: We’re still recording Doll Domination, and we have been very blessed to work with Timbaland who has been amazing. We’ve done six songs in six days, so when you’re on a roll, you’re on a roll.We’ve worked with Cee-Lo – who we worked with on the first album with “Don’t Cha,” and we’ve worked with Sean Garrett who wrote “Buttons.” We’ve also worked with Rodney Jerkins, who did our first single [off the new album] “When I Grow Up.” We have a lot of diverse songs that would surprise a lot of people that don’t think the Pussycat Dolls can pull off.I admire Danity Kane, because we were on tour together with [them and] Christina Aguilera.