Pussycat Dolls’ Ashley Roberts tells critics of group’s sexy shows to ‘f**k off’ and argues ‘people love Magic Mike’ – The Sun
PUSSYCAT Dolls singer Ashley Roberts told a critic to "f**k off" after they claimed she shouldn't be sexy on stage at 38.
The pop group faced heavy criticism when they returned to the spotlight in December and looked more raunchy than ever.
They even attracted over 400 complaints to Ofcom following their "pure porn" performance at Sports Relief.
But Ashley clapped back as the band posed for a fresh set of sexy photos, saying "people love Magic Mike".
Ashley, who recently split from 29-year-old Strictly boyfriend Giovanni Pernice, said: "Someone told me that within the stage of me as a woman that I shouldn’t be sexy and I’m like 'f**k off'.
"Magic Mike comes on and everyone loves it but women do it and we’re called prostitutes.
"I want to embrace the fact that I’m a woman getting to go back out with my girls as that sometimes doesn't happen.
"We have nothing to prove we just want to go out there and have some fun again. I want to be sexy when I’m like 90!"
In the shoot lead singer Nicole Sherzinger, 41, seductively licks her lips as she poses in lace lingerie.
The photos sees the pair along with bandmates Kimberly Wyatt, Carmit Bachar and Jessica Suttatook adorned in black styling with accessories to match.
Earlier this year the newly reformed group took to the stage during Sport Relief wearing eye-popping PVC outfits just days after a flurry of Ofcom complaints about their previous performance.
While most people were very appreciative of their outfits, some watching at home were not impressed with their antics on the live show and some even compared it to porn.
Ashley spoke out as the group filmed a slowed down, live version of their new song React during a photoshoot with renowned photographer Rankin and ethical social network Vero.
The live session with Rankin will premiere on HUNGERTV on Friday 3rd April and will be the first of many, as part of a new series created by Rankin and Vero.
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