Pussycat Dolls split
Second album, Doll Domination, released as Carmit Bachar left the group
Released their first album, PCD, which sells over three million copies
With the support of producers Jimmy Iovine and Ron Fair, the dancers become a singing group
Choreographer Robin Antin launches the group as a modern burlesque act in Los Angeles
At the height of their popularity, the Dolls' franchise included a residency at Caesar's Placa in Las Vegas, which expanded on their original burlesque revue in Los Angeles.
Hasbro initially planned a line of dolls modeled on the group, but the plans were scrapped after parents' organizations complained that the toys were inappropriate for children.
Featured as characters in the video game "Asphalt: Urban GT 2" (2006).
The group's management was fined $3000 by the government of Malaysia, which forbade suggestive stage attire and dancing.
With over 54 million records sold worldwide, the Pussycat Dolls were the best-selling girl group of the 2000s and the fourth best-selling girl group of all time.