The girls group The Pussycat Dolls with Nicole Scherzinger (41) in the lead returned to the music scene, but they are not as good as the members probably hoped. They are widely criticized for sexy costumes and dance creations.
Although they dress very economical outfits, they still tell that they are feminists. They have now given an interview for Glamor magazine, in which they talked about what has changed since their debut in 2003 and how they perceive their bodies today.
“Someone told me once that I should dress proportionally to my age and not so sexy,” Ashley Roberts (38) said. “I wondered if she was right, and came to the conclusion that women should be able to celebrate their curves at any time, and whatever they may be,” she revealed.
Kimberly Wyatt (38) added to her colleague that her body changed a lot after three children. Instead of being ashamed of it, she tries to perceive her imperfections positively. Returning to the podium is said to have helped her a lot.
Even the eldest member Carmit Bachar (45) admitted that her body would never be what it used to be. The cesarean section, which she had to undergo eight years ago at the birth of her daughter, limits her in dance. But she learned that she mustn’t be so hard on herself.
The interview with the band came out shortly after appearing on The One Show and the filmmakers received harsh criticism from viewers. They found their “lascivious and erotic” performance unsuitable for the program. Like other TV shows on X Factor. The production was then overwhelmed by hundreds of complaints. ■
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