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But she soon began work on a solo career, releasing her first official single, Sweet Vendetta, in 2011. The same year she competed in the second series of Popstar to Operastar, in which known pop stars are trained to sing opera. Additionally on "When I Grow Up" (the music video version), "Whatcha Think About That" and "Top of the World" she sings secondary vocals.She also recorded her very first solo song called "Space", which was included in the deluxe edition of Doll Domination.On May 24, 2012, a music video for the cover version of "Bulletproof" from P. It is former Pussycat Doll singer and Celebrity Island 2017 castaway Melody Thornton.Melody Thornton (born September 28, 1984) is an American singer-songwriter, dancer and television personality. She is of Mexican American descent from her mother Elia, and her father Theolph Thornton of African American descent.She rose to stardom as a member of the successful pop group the Pussycat Dolls. Thornton has an older sister named Nichole Thornton.
The project includes production from Andre Harris ("Smoking Gun"), Church and State ("Sweet Vendetta"), Mark Vinten ("Intro"), and Melody on the self-produced "Hit the Ground Runnin'," plus a duet with Bobby Newberry (a cover of La Roux's "Bulletproof"). Thornton most recently appeared in series 2 of the British E4 show "Celebs Go Dating".
MELODY Thornton made her Celebs Go Dating debut on Monday night and immediately shocked viewers with her candid confessions, leading some to suggest that she makes Stephen Bear look normal.
The former Pussycat didn’t hold back when discussing her dating history with matchmakers Nadia Essex and Eden Blackman, and while she revealed she hadn’t slept with a lot of men, there were others things she was “open” to.
Speaking about her position in the group she commented, "I got into the group to sing. But it became more and more apparent what was going on.
Roles were being minimized and minimized, and then by the time it got on the show, it was very much like 'Y'all play your part and this is what it is.' It was tough because you don't want to shit on your own opportunity." On February 20, 2010, in an interview for The Source Thornton explained that her songs will be different from the group's sound but will not going to abandon that pop demographic that she acquired through the Pussycat Dolls. On April 30, 2013, Thornton was a featured vocalist on LL Cool J's 2013 album Authentic on the track "Something About You (Love The World)" along with Charlie Wilson and Earth, Wind & Fire.