Pussycat Dolls dripping wet in skintight PVC in raunchy comeback video

Pussycat Dolls have teased images from their new music video (Pussycat Dolls)
Pussycat Dolls have teased images from their new music video (Pussycat Dolls)

The Pussycat Dolls have sought to provoke a reaction from fans by teasing raunchy pictures for their comeback single.

The stills from the music video for React show the popstars dressed in beige skintight PVC lingerie with matching thigh high boots, being drenched with water as they straddle chairs.

Another snap shows bandmembers Nicole Scherzinger, 41, Kimberly Wyatt, 38, Ashley Roberts, 38, Carmit Bachar, 45, and Jessica Sutta, 37, in black PVC underwear and boots, surrounded by flames.

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Scherzinger commented on the official Instagram post: “We on fire, Dolls!!”

The video appears to be filmed in a factory setting, surrounded by steel girders and machinery.

The band - best known for their hit single Don’t Cha with Busta Rhymes - confirmed in December 2019 they are reuniting to mark the 10th anniversary since their split with a UK tour.

Original member Melody Thornton, 35, will not be joining them.

The Pussycat Dolls began as a burlesque dance troupe in Las Vegas, but in 2003 a singing group was formed under the same name and they made their debut in the charts in 2005.

Bachar, quit the show in 2008 and after their 2009 Doll Domination Tour Wyatt, Roberts, Thornton and Sutta all left the group and Scherzinger continued to front The Pussycat Dolls, backed by four new members. But by the end of 2010, Scherzinger also quit the band to perform a solo career.

Roberts hinted during her appearance on I’m A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here! in 2012 that there was some contention among the band over Scherzinger being billed as the ‘lead’ singer.

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She said: "Even in the group, I wasn't allowed to talk, we were told to be quiet. Only Nicole was allowed to talk. We would occasionally pitch in...

“Why do you think the band broke up? U2 are still together and they split everything down the middle."

React will be released on February 7.