Fans of the world famous group the Pussycat Dolls have a reason for joy. The group, which recently reunited and formed their “main cage”, is shooting a new clip. It is known that the new single is called “React”, it will be released on February 7.
This became known thanks to the new “teaser” shot of the group in the network Instagram, where you can see the entire composition. You have to admit look super, given the fact that the average age group is 40 years.
“Very soon we’ll be back” – signed publishing authors.
Pussycat Dolls, photo: Instagram
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Everyone’s favorite “doll” delighted fans with a brilliant concert in November 2019 in the final of X-Factor: Celebrity, where he first performed the song “React”. It is known that this appearance was the first in 10 years pause.
During last year’s awards ceremony “Grammy”, the singer of the group Nicole Scherzinger commented on the reunion, saying: “People are constantly pulling us in different directions. But it should be next to each other. To live in the moment and enjoy. We had our loyal fans who were there, and then we had a whole generation of fans to have fun and socialise”.
We will remind, the daughter of Alla Pugacheva received a serious injury, the fans in horror: “Honey, hold on.”
As reported Znayu soloist of “VIA gra” in a transparent body made the fans dream, “Stay like this forever.”
Znayu wrote, Polyakova no panties betrayed the secrets of the modern Queens: “After midnight, turn…”.
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