British Viewers Left Stunned At Pussycat Dolls’ Risqué First Public Performance In A Decade

British Viewers Left Stunned At Pussycat Dolls' Risqué First Public Performance In A Decade Credit: Twitter

THE Pussycat Dolls may have delighted fans with their comeback on The X Factor – but some viewers weren’t so happy about the raunchy performance.

In fact, the Pussycat Dolls’ risqué performance has sparks hundreds of complaints.

The girl group reunited for their first performance in almost a decade on the family-friendly ITV show this weekend.

However, their skimpy outfits – which included PVC and body-stockings – sparked a backlash with British viewers.

Riled viewers slammed the performance and Ofcom has received 419 complaints since Saturday night which saw X Factor judge Nicole Scherzinger reunited with Carmit Bachar, Kimberly Wyatt, Ashley Roberts and Jessica Sutta to perform a medley of hits on the “family-friendly” show.

An Ofcom spokesperson told Sky News: “We are assessing the complaints against our broadcasting rules, but are yet to decide whether or not to investigate.”

As Euro Weekly News has been able to confirm, within minutes social media platforms were flooded with aghast viewers expressing their shock and outrage.

As NickiT tweeted: “The outfits the #pussycatdolls are wearing on #XFactorCelebrity are totally inappropriate for 8.15 pm on a family show. Not good role models for girls. You don’t have to take your clothes to be successful

Another tweeted: “It makes me uncomfortable to see 5 grown women dancing half naked on my screen.”

Another writing: ‘Nothing like soft porn to groom the next generation of girls. Disgraceful for a family show.’

Now Ofcom will decide whether to investigate

Perhaps anticipating the complains, lead singer Nicole proudly shared a clip of the performance on her Instagram account.

She defiantly captioned it: ‘Wasn’t expecting that… were you!’




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