Pussycat Dolls 'React' video is still the Nicole show.

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The Pussycat Dolls (or should that be Nicole and her back-up dancers) haven't been together at all since their reunion in November. They've only just debuted their music video for new single 'React.'

As usual, the main focus of the video was Nicole. Camera shots and the amount of screen time dominated certainly painted the story. The artwork should simply have been, 'Nicole Scherzinger featuring The Pussycat Dolls.' I guess the outcome was to be expected since she's the lead singer (and the only one that can actually sing). Clearly, the girls have settled for that arrangement sans Melody. Apparently, Melody said "fool me once," because she wasn't going to play second fiddle this time round and who could blame her?

The girls are serving an image that is so apologetically slutty you can't help but love it. Plus, they still look like their old selves 15 years later. The choreography was consistent and the video has replay value. The sassy pop tune, which berates a bitch-made man for having no backbone, isn't much of a slay but at least it has all the right components to do whatever it needs to.