Nicole Scherzinger says the Pussycat Dolls' image really bothered her back in the day
Did you snap up tickets?
The Pussycat Dolls' songs were the soundtrack to most of our teenage years, so we were pretty delighted to find out that they're making a comeback.
The band will tour around the UK and Ireland with tickets going on sale this morning.
However, even though we - and indeed the women themselves - are happy to be back together, the band's main singer, Nicole Scherzinger said that she struggled with their image back in the day.
Speaking to The Guardian, Nicole said that her revealing costumes really bothered her.
"In the beginning, it was a massive hump for me to get over. I was very conservative. I had really strong religious beliefs. I just wanted to make my mother proud."
Commenting on singers and stars these days, The X Factor judge said: "I’m a massive fan of all the cool kids out there, I’m not going to judge them. I just know, for myself, I like to try to be a little bit more… I don’t want to say demure, I sound like a prude – classy?"
The Pussycat Dolls first formed in 2005 until going their separate ways in 2010. The group is made up of Nicole, Ashley Roberts, Kimberly Wyatt, Carmit Bachar and Jessica Sutta.