Ashley Roberts is open to the idea of The Pussycat Dolls reforming.
The 35-year-old beauty starred in the American girl group from 2003 until 2010 and while there are no concrete plans in place to reform the group, Ashley admitted she is open-minded about the possibility.
Speaking exclusively to BANG Showbiz, the blonde beauty said: "Never say never but it’s definitely not something that’s happening right now.
"We would have to all get together and do it together. If we all do it, I am on board. It was so much fun. It was a crazy ride. We danced and sang, I think that’s what really set us apart."
Ashley revealed she still has fond memories about the group’s 2005 hit single ‘Don’t Cha’, which featured hip-hop star Busta Rhymes.
She recalled: "When we first sat down and they were like, ‘We are putting Busta Rhymes on your first single.’ I was like, ‘Oh my god. This is cool.’ I just thought, ‘No way this is happening.’
"He is like a big teddy bear Busta Rhymes, he is so nice. Just a big teddy bear."
Despite being open to the idea of a reunion, Ashley admitted she’s not spoken to the group’s biggest star Nicole Scherzinger for some time – and she’s not even aware of what she’s been up to recently.
However, Ashley insisted she has no ill-feeling towards her former bandmate, who served as a judge on the UK ‘X Factor’ in 2016.
She said: "I saw her a while ago, but I haven’t spoken to her since. I think she’s really busy. Did ‘The X Factor’ end yet?
"I am so out of the loop. I haven’t spoken to her in a little while, but I have nothing. But good luck for her and I hope she’s happy."