Hush Hush; Hush Hush

Album: Doll Domination 2.0 (2009)
Charted: 17 73
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  • The single release of this song was a re-mixed version of the original album track, which had just the two 'hushes' in the title. More up-tempo, it included a snippet from Gloria Gaynor's female-empowerment anthem, "I Will Survive."
  • After it was announced that Nicole Scherzinger was being emphasized as a featured artist on this song, as she was on the Dolls previous single "Jai Ho! (You are My Destiny)," the net was flooded with reports of tension within the group. For instance, blogger Perez Hilton reported that Pussycat Doll Melody Thornton announced to the crowd during a concert in Phoenix, "I want to give a shout out to my family. Thank you for supporting me... even though I'm not featured!" Because of Thornton's outburst and other reports such as a tense radio interview where the ladies admitted to reading online gossip about themselves, Interscope decided to remove Scherzinger's featured tag from the single's cover to clear-up any misconceptions.


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