Pussycat Dolls send fans wild in skimpy PVC outfits amid ‘strip show’ complaints

Pussycat Dolls have taken their raunchy routines across the pond to perform for their Australian fans on breakfast television programme show, Sunrise.

Nicole Schwinger, Kimberly Wyatt, Ashley Roberts, Jessica Sutta and Carmit Bacha wore their usual skimpy PVC outfits and fishnet tights to perform on Sunrise, which airs from 5.30am to 9am.

During the performance, Nicole yelled to the crowd: "We're here to start your morning off right. Feeling real strong, real sexy inside."

The group's latest performance left fans divided as some felt "uncomfortable" explaining to their children what was going on.

Taking to Twitter, one Sunrise viewer penned: "Uncomfortable explaining to kids why a singing strip show is on.. because that's what every little girl should aspire to."

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A second posted: "I don't think dressing like a stripper is all that empowering. Becoming a doctor, lawyer or CEO is empowering."

However not all comments on the Sunrise's Facebook were negative.

One Pussycat Dolls fan said: "What an awesome performance. Great job!"

Another added: "That was amazing."

A third gushed: "So glad they are back on stage together."

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Nicole and co performed their 2005 hit Don't Cha before they chatted to ghosts David Koch and Natalie Barr about their highly-anticipated comeback.

The girl band are well suited to attracting complaints and criticism with their raunchy performances.

Their comeback routine on X Factor: Celebrity in December last year was hit with over 400 complaints after parents branded their performance a "strip show".

A further 68 viewers complained to Ofcom when the When I Go Up hitmakers appeared on Ant and Dec's Saturday Night Takeaway earlier this month despite the Geordie duo holding up "censors" signs during the routine.

Band member Ashley hit back at the complainers insisting that the girl group celebrates "felinity" and "women".

Blonde bombshell Ashley said: "We are wearing costumes. And they are sassy and fierce. We are owning our femininity and celebrating ourselves as women."

Pussycat Dolls fans can catch the girls on tour across the UK in April as they embark on their first tour in over a decade.

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