Nicole Scherzinger shocks in racy PVC crop top after being slammed for 'singing strip show'

Sarah Carty
Features & Style Editor

The Pussycat Dolls set pulses racing during a racy Sunrise appearance on Friday morning and now Nicole Scherzinger has responded to the criticism of the performance with a sexy Instagram photo. 

The 41-year-old, who is the lead singer of the group, took to her social media account today to upload a snap showing her wearing a skin-tight red PVC crop top, matching trousers and bomber jacket, which she wore while performing at Nova’s Red Room on Thursday night. 

Nicole Scherzinger has stunned fans with this racy Instagram photo. Photo: Instagram/Nicole Scherzinger

Needless to say, fans of the stunner went wild in the comments section, calling her a ‘Goddess’ and saying the look was ‘absolutely jaw dropping’. 

“What does it feel like being the hottest human in the world???,” one person said, while another commented saying: “you are so stunning and perfect”.

Nicole’s post comes just two days after the Pussycat Dolls’ Sunrise performance was slammed as a ‘singing strip show’ on the show’s Facebook page. 

“Weird choice. Uncomfortable explaining to kids why a singing strip show is on. Because that's what every little girl should aspire to,” one commenter said.

“I am sorry but not much dancing, to me it was more about sex,” was another comment.

“l think they are all too old for this. Not impressed, especially for a family show,” a third hit out.

On Friday, Nicole Scherzinger and the Pussycat Dolls caused controversy when they appeared on Sunrise. Photo: channel Seven

The night before their Sunrise performance, the Pussycat Dolls put on a show for Nova’s Red Room with Nicole using a moment on stage to hit back at the constant backlash.

She referred to how the group is always seen to be causing controversy with their stage shows and costume choices, but used the opportunity to say their look “comes from a place of confidence”.

“Everything we do we do with the intention of inspiring and empowering each and every one of you,” she told the crowd.

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