Nicole Scherzinger dons red PVC outfit for sexy Pussycat Dolls performance

Nicole Scherzinger, 41, put on a very busty display in a racy red costume yesterday.

The singer flaunted her cleavage in a skintight PVC outfit when she took to the stage at Nova’s Red Room in Australia for a live performance.

The intimate music venue has seen performances from some of the biggest names in the business including Madonna, Taylor Swift and Ed Sheeran.

Ahead of the gig, Nicole took to social media to share some sexy snaps before joining her bandmates – Ashley Roberts, 38, Carmit Bachar, 45, Jessica Sutta, 37, and Kimberly Wyatt, 38 – on stage.

In the pictures, the X Factor star could be seen in a low-cut red top, a pair of skintight trousers and a matching jacket.

She added a black leather belt with silver chains at the hip and fingerless gloves to her ensemble.

Wearing her long dark hair in curls over her shoulders, the Hawaiian-born beauty enhanced her natural good looks with fluttery eyelashes and scarlet lipstick to compliment her outfit.

Nicole captioned the post, which shared with her 4.4 million Instagram followers: “Red-y when you are #mood.”

The sexy snaps sent her fans and Instagram followers into a spin, with many taking to the comments section to share their thoughts.

One user wrote: Red has never looked better. YOU ARE PERFECT!!!!!”

Another added: “Love this outfit it’s amazing.”

“You’re so unbelievably beautiful,” added a third fan.

The Voice UK coach and fellow pop star Meghan Trainor also took to the comments section, simply adding three fire emojis followed by a trio of red hearts next to the post.


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The Pussycat Dolls who found fame in 2003 and reunited last year after going their separate ways in 2010, have recently come under fire for their sexy costumes.

However, according to the venue’s website, Nicole told the audience: “Everything we wear is coming from a place of confidence; we worked hard to get where we are.”

The girl band went on to perform some of their biggest hits including Buttons, Stickwitu and When I Grow Up in their show.

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