Belfast Telegraph

Saturday 23 August 2014

Pussycat Dolls reunite for video

Pussycat Dolls had a partial reunion when Kimberly Wyatt made a brief cameo in Ashley Roberts' new music video, Woman Up.

The former bandmates, both 32, were seen together in the video, in which Kimberly made a surprise appearance towards the end of the track.

The Got To Dance judge is seen giving the cameras a big smile, before she riffs along with Ashley. The pair also exchange dance moves before Kimberly's seconds-long appearance comes to an end, reported the Daily Mail.

Ashley, who previously took part in ITV's reality show I'm A Celebrity... Get Me Out Of Here, said: "Woman Up is all about empowerment. Owning your independence baby!"

She continued: "We wanted to make the video reflect the song: bright, fun and full of energy, so got the great Sisco Gomez to do the choreography.

"As a dancer, I really wanted to step up and dance in the next video, and I was lucky to have an amazing group of dancers with me. Definitely some sweat on the dance floor."

The song is taken from Ashley's debut album, Butterfly Effect, which is due out in September.

The duo have not worked together since the Pussycat Dolls split in 2010. Jessica Sutta made her exit first, before Ashley, Kimberly and Nicole Scherzinger.

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