The Pussycat Dolls are facing a furious backlash over their raunchy Sport Relief performance last night with some viewers comparing it to "porn".

Nicole Scherzinger's girl group slipped into revealing PVC costumes for an outrageous performance of their new single React on the BBC telethon.

The stars were seen grinding against chairs and thrusting their hips in the sizzling set.

However, some thought their dancing and outfits were an "inappropriate" choice for the charity fundraiser, which was helping bring in cash for good causes.

Many viewers even compared the saucy performance to "porn".

One tweeted: "What the hell have the pussycat dolls got on i thought I was watching a porn movie #SportsRelief2020 ."


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Another wrote: "The Pussycat Dolls in pvc seem an odd fit for #SportRelief ."

A third added: " @pussycatdolls are soo Cringe… If you want to see women in under wear just mouthing into a microphone shaped object, may I suggest Porn Hub instead?"

One more chimed in: "Watching pussycat dolls on sport relief has scarred me."

Another joked: "Do we call 03457910910 so these poor ladies can get more clothes to stay warm?! #PCD#PussyCatDolls#SportsRelief2020#SportRelief#SportRelief ."


Another even compared the girl group to live sex cam girls of Babestation, tweeting: "BBC gone for the Babestation approach with Pussycat Dolls answering the phones for Sport Relief."

The furious reaction to the Pussycat Dolls' sexy show comes days after their raunchy performance on The One Show sparked 119 complaints to Ofcom.

The broadcasting watchdog was flooded with gripes from outraged viewers over the band's overtly sexual choreography and barely-there stage outfits on the early evening chat show this week.


The BBC defended the set in a statement on their website which read: "We worked with the band to ensure their performance was suitable.

"The Pussycat Dolls are well known for their dance routines and outfits and we announced at the start of the show that they would be appearing.

"Their performance then came towards the end of the programme, just before 8pm.

"As with all performers, we worked with the band to ensure their performance was suitable for the programme.

"We felt it was appropriate for the time slot and wouldn’t fall outside the expectations of most viewers. However, we appreciate that some viewers didn’t agree."

The band are promoting their new music and their upcoming tour, which is currently under threat of cancellation amid the deadly coronavirus outbreak,

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