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The Pussycat Dolls Are Hotter Than Ever In New Steamy Music Video 'React' After 10-Year Absence

By Jeff Mazzeo

There is something to celebrate this Friday because The Pussycat Dolls are back and better than ever!

The all-girls group just dropped the music video for their new song, "React" ahead of their first world tour in 10 years. For the new steamy choreographed video, there is no need to "loosen up their buttons" because the ladies are all dressed in skin-tight latex outfits. Members Nicole Scherzinger, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta, Kimberly Wyatt, and Carmit Bachar have all returned (no Melody Thornton) and it appeared that they have all been working on their sultry dance moves while on their long hiatus.

Keep scrolling for the hot vid.

No More Teasing


The group previewed their new music back in November of 2019 when they appeared on the season finale of The X Factor UK. That marked their first performance in over 10 years.

“In the past few years, all of us girls have been talking and really trying to figure out when was a good time in everyone’s lives and it just all worked out that this was the right time individually for us to come together,” Scherzinger told Entertainment Weekly. “It’s great because it’s around our 10-year reunion.”

Old habits die hard because Nicole said they did not miss a beat once they were all back in the same room.

“It was crazy. We’d all gotten together in London for X Factor and several days before the performance and — it’s been over 10 years that we’ve been in a room together — it felt like no time had passed,” Nicole explained.

"As soon as somebody started playing ‘Buttons’ wherever we were standing, right then, we immediately all broke out into the dance-break choreography in unison — it was kind of freakish,” she siad. “That’s when we realized, this is why we’re the Pussycat Dolls and there’ll never be any other group like us. We all work so well together.”

Ancient History


The group started as a burlesque troupe in 1995 by choreographer Robin Antin but she sold it to Interscope Geffen A&M Records in 2003 and it became a musical act. They released two albums and skyrocketed to success with songs like “Don’t Chat,” “Buttons,” and “When I Grow Up.” The group disbanded in 2010 after they completed their last world tour.

The reunion tour is titled, Unfinished Business and plans to make stops around the United States, U.K., Ireland, Australia, New Zealand when it kicks off later this year. The girls and their dance moves seem to be like a fine wine... they get better with age.

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