Scherzinger and her bandmates of The Pussycat Dolls have been busy promoting their new single "React". She has revealed that she injured herself during filming for their intense and racy music video, reports dailymail. Speaking in an Instagram video posted to the The Pussycat Dolls'' story, the singer said: "We worked so hard on the video in fact I through my back out and a couple of ribs out but it is all for the love. She had told The Times that her new rugby player beau, Thom Evans, has never seen "discipline" like it and that they can all still do the splits. She said: "My boyfriend said to me, ''I''m a rugby player and I''ve never seen anything like this: the disciple and the work. You guys do not stop, you challenge each other, you push each other to the limit''. It comes just days after the band shared a sultry photo in promotion of their music video for "React". The five women were dripping wet as they posed on chairs having been doused in water.
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I don't think I'm the only one that appreciates when a music video personifies the essence of a song title. Enter Nicole Scherzinger 's new club pop jam "Wet," and its very aqueous music video. As you may have expected, Nicole is wet for about 50 percent of the video, and we're guessing guys across the country aren't going to be writing complaint letters anytime soon. That's probably all you really need to know about the video, but we'll elaborate anyway: There's a really pretty pool full of wet water, there's a faulty indoor wet waterfall and Nicole's pals try to cool off with some wet hoses straight from the fire department? Also not to miss, the " Right There " singer writhing around on the floor in somewhat compromising positions. Actually, wait -- I'm sure we're mistaking writhing for what must be an old Navajo rain dance used to call upon the gods to end a drought. Nicole's merely adding some history and culture to her video! Yep, that's it. Credit: Getty I don't think I'm the only one that appreciates when a music video personifies the essence of a song title.
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