Jessica Sutta Talks Pussycat Dolls, FHM’s ‘100 Sexiest Women’ and Dinah Shore. – Interview

Fans of the Pussycat Dolls remember being asked, “Don’t cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me?” One of those dolls was Jessica Sutta, who is now embarking on a solo career. Sutta’s debut album, “Sutta Pop,” will drop in 2012. The singer and dancer will also perform in The Dinah in March 2012, the largest girl party music festival in the world.

Q – You were a part of the legendary Pussycat Dolls (PCD), whose hit single, "Don’t Cha," put the band on the map, from 2002 to 2010. You eventually made the decision to leave to pursue a solo career. How did you know it was time to step away from the project?

A - When I broke my rib on tour. It felt like it cracked open so much I was holding back for so many years. My artist wanted to come out and play. It was one of the hardest decisions but looking back I'm so grateful for everything I experienced with PCD.

Q – Do you ever get sick of people coming up to you and singing, "Don’t cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me?"

A - Never! I love it.

Q – You’re now embarking on a solo career and your debut album, "Sutta Pop" will drop in 2012. How will this album be different in comparison with the Pussycat Dolls ones you were a part of?

A – It’s all about me. It’s about my life. I talk about everything from heartbreak to love, sadness to happiness. I'm bringing you into the "Sutta Pop World."


Q – How did it feel to be named one of FHM’s "100 Sexiest Women in The World?"

A - It makes me feel sexy! :)

Q – You’re involved with many causes involving the LGBT community. Why do gay rights and gay marriage mean so much to you?

A - Gay rights are incredibly important to me. Equality for ALL. Not just for some people because someone classified them as "normal." It will destroy the sanctity of marriage? Have you watched American television? I mean, c'mon. We are on the brink of a huge movement that will change lives. Especially the lives of some of my dearest friends. And I plan to use my celebrity as a voice for the Lesbian and Gay community. Who are we to judge who someone wants to spend the rest of their lives with?

Q – One of your upcoming projects is The Dinah, the largest girl party music festival in the world. You’ll be performing in Palm Springs at Club Skirts Dinah Shore weekend at Zelda’s nightclub on Thursday, March 29, 2012. How did you get involved with this event?

A - I got invited to be part of this. I'm thrilled and honored to open this year’s Dinah Shore Festivities. I performed there with the Dolls a few years back and had a blast! Can't wait to do it again!

Q – Where can we find out more about this event as well as your career?

A - You can follow me on twitter @Iamjessicasutta and www.facebook.com/jessicasutta.


BYLINE:

Jason Tanamor is the Editor of Zoiks! Online. He is also the author of the novels, "Hello Lesbian!" and "Anonymous." Email Jason at jason@zoiksonline.com.
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Anonymous said...

Awe you are the best my love!!! And yes!!! We must all fight for the right to love freely!!!
Love always,
Casandra...your proud friend <3

 
 
 

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