WATCH: The Pussycat Dolls are back with comeback single ‘React’
MANILA, Philippines – Don't cha wish the Pussycat Dolls would finally get back together? Good news, fans – they just did.
The burlesque dance pop group of the early 2000s finally released the music video of their latest comeback single "React" on Saturday, February 8 – their first song together since they part ways in 2010.
"This video is for all of the fans – thank you for your patience and sticking by us all these years. I hope you enjoy the song, video, and I can’t wait to hear what you think," PCD member Nicole Scherzinger wrote on Twitter.
The #REACT video is OUT NOW!! This video is for all of the fans - thank you for your patience and sticking by us all these years. I hope you enjoy the song, video, and I can’t wait to hear what you think!! @pussycatdolls https://t.co/7VYzo84ipU pic.twitter.com/zUTMfMEL6Y— Nicole Scherzinger (@NicoleScherzy) February 7, 2020
"React" features original members Nicole, Jessica Sutta, Kimberly Wyatt, Ashley Roberts, and Carmit Bachar (no Melody Thornton) in true PCD fashion – serving up all the fierce looks, killing great choreography (A+ for those chair moves), and dishing out a catchy, electro-dance beat amid a fiery background.
The girls performed "React" in November 2019 for a surprise number on the UK's X Factor: Celebrity show. (READ: Wait a minute: Nicole Scherzinger teases Pussycat Dolls reunion)
According to a Variety report, the Pussycat Dolls announced an upcoming Unfinished Business tour, which includes stops in UK and Australia. Dates in the US will also reportedly be announced. A new album is also in the works.
The Pussycat Dolls originated as a burlesque troupe in 1995, founded by choreographer Robin Antin. In 2003, they rose to musical girl group status, known for their catchy, sexy-pop song-and-dance performances. Their hit singles include "Don't Cha," "Stickwitu," "Wait A Minute," "Beep," "When I Grow Up," "I Don't Need A Man," and "Hush Hush." – Rappler.com