The Pussycat Dolls are back in action after a decade since going on a break. They appeared for the first time in over a decade on the finale of the U.K.'s "The X Factor", according to ROLLING STONE.
The reunion has been years in the making.
The PUSSYCAT DOLLS perform their new track titled "React"! They hit the floor in outfits which were seethrough and sexy like it used to be in the year 2005. Just when we didn't think the performance could get any hotter, the women were joined by a group of ripped male dancers amid a nightclub ready laser show. They then transitioned into their 2009 bop "After I Develop Up", neutral earlier than slaying their occupation defining hit "Don't Cha".
The quintet performed a medley of their biggest hits including "Buttons", "When I Grow Up", and "Don't Cha" before debuting a brand new song called "React". Here is a link to their electrifying performance. Back on stage with my girls!
Nicole Scherzinger believes her alluring image in thePussycat Dollsand her religious beliefs do not mix well and make her feel uncomfortable.
However, during that interview, The Masked Singer judge said she "wouldn't rule" out a reunion.
An experience that is more inclusive of the Pussycat Dolls is promised by them. Nicole "jumped at the chance" to reunite with her fellow band members upon hearing the idea and was so excited by the prospect of the women reuniting on stage. "But I can't confirm anything right now", Nicole told E! Bring on the tour hunni." with Carmit adding, "The energy was insane.
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