Pussycat Dolls reunion on X Factor results in over 400 complaints from viewers
They're not that bad, surely?
In what was unquestionably the biggest news of the weekend, '00s chart botherers The Pussycat Dolls dramatically reunited on prime time television.
Convening together for the first time in over a decade, the Los Angeles quintet performed new single 'React' on the final of The X Factor: Celebrity on Saturday evening.
True to its name, the performance of the track provoked quite the response.
UK communications regulator Ofcom subsequently received no less than 419 complaints from the viewing public, mostly due to the nature of the supposedly raunchy dance moves and related attire on display.
"We are assessing the complaints against our broadcasting rules, but are yet to decide whether or not to investigate," a spokesperson for Ofcom told Sky News.
As for the show itself, reality TV star Megan McKenna (us neither) was crowned the overall X Factor: Celebrity champion.
No word yet on just what kind of censure Nicole Scherzinger and company can expect when Ofcom pass judgement, but you can view the offending act below, should you be so inclined.
Clip via The X Factor UK