Pussycat Dolls’ X Factor ‘strip show’ sparks 400 Ofcom complaints

Nicole Scherzinger's reunited girl group Pussycat Dolls sparked a wave of complaints to Ofcom over their raunchy X Factor "strip show".

The band got back together to put on their first performance in almost a decade, but their sexy costumes and rude dance moves left viewers aghast.

Many compared the performance to a "trashy strip show" and flocked to Ofcom to complain.

Mirror Online can reveal the broadcasting watchdog has received 419 complaints so far over the band's routine on Saturday night.

Many fans thought Nicole, 41, and her four bandmates took their raunchy routine a little too far with their outrageous costumes and gyrating dance moves.

The girls turned up the heat in the studio, with things only getting more x-rated as they ended the routine by being soaked in water.

Their shenanigans came before the 9pm watershed, and infuriated many watching at home.



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One wrote: "Disgusting, disrespectful and shameful and all before the watershed. X-Factor is a family show and I enjoy it with my 7 year old daughter who was shocked and disgusted as was I.

"Call yourself a role model, put some clothes on and grow up."

Another fumed: "Disgusted with Pussycats dolls on X factor tonight. I’m sorry but I am there are millions of young girls watching this and thinking that they have to look that thin to get recognised.



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"This is a family programme and it’s a disgrace!"

One more tweeted: "That pussycat dolls performance was unadulterated filth."

A fourth blasted: "I wouldn't want kids watching this…

"Looks like a trashy strip show! Gees there's a time + place for it! How sad that these women feel the need to dress like that when they know kids watch the show. Grim."

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