Pussycat Dolls 'React' single cover.

Pussycat Dolls reunite with their new single ‘React’ after ten long years. The sexy female pop group hasn’t dropped a project since ‘Doll Domination’ back in 2008. ‘React’ comes out this Friday 02/07, and there might be some visuals to go with it. On the group’s official Instagram page, they posted stills of them on set. The set looks like a modern steel mill, appearing to pay homage to the movie Flash Dance. Using inspiration from the film, the quintet lean back in their chairs during a dance routine.

PCD is going on tour — a short stint in the UK only. There may be US dates on the horizon as well — assuming the ladies get along. If all goes well, PCD admirers could get an EP out of this get-together.

Nicole Scherzinger, Kimberly Wyatt, Carmit Bachar, Ashley Wyatt, and Jessica Sutta all performed for the first time in years on The X Factor UK. Scherzinger pulled double duty as she is one of the judges on the popular televised talent show. She replaced Kelly Rowland at the table next to Simon Cowell for the ninth season.

Pussycat Dolls missing Melody

If you’re paying attention, you’ll notice a crucial Pussycat Dolls member — besides Nicole — is missing. Melody Thorton‘s is the other primary vocalist who laced ad-libs on their single ‘Buttons’ is not involved. Thorton dropped hints of a reunion and seemed excited about the prospect of the group getting back together on social media. According to the rest of the Dolls, she decided to sit this one out — the ladies were clear to say she’s always welcome to come back.

The Pussycat Dolls are the creation of Robin Antin, a choreographer for the then burlesque troupe. Her idea of creating a pop group landed a partnership with Interscope records. Antin held auditions bringing the ladies together, and it worked. PCD is a multi-platinum group best known for songs like “Don’t Cha,” “Buttons,” “When I Grow Up,” and “Stickwitu.”

If you’re lucky enough to see the ladies on tour overseas or live in the area — you can find the tour poster below. Based on their performance on The X Factor, you won’t be disappointed.

Pussycat Dolls UK Tour Poster