I Hate This Part

Album: Doll Domination (2008)
Charted: 12 11


  • This break-up number was released as the second single from Doll Domination in Europe, whilst the US had Whatcha Think About That.
  • This was co-written and produced by Scandanavians Jonas Jeberg (Kylie Minogue, Monrose) and Cutfather (Ace of Base, Kylie Minogue and Jamelia). The other two credited writers were Lucas Secon, whose 1994 album Lucacentric was a Top 10 hit in over ten countries, and Wayne Hector whose songwriting partnership with Steve McCutcheon, produced several UK #1 hits including "Swear it Again" and "Flying Without Wings," both for Westlife.
  • Joseph Kahn, who directed the music video for the Dolls' "When I Grow Up," also directed this song's clip. Nicole Scherzinger sings at the piano while the rest of the girls are stranded in the desert with a broken-down car.

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  • Bob from Thamsville, Onthis song is the bang even though noone uses that word any more
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