The Pussycat Dolls' raunchy X Factor: Celebrity performance has garnered a whopping 419 complaints from viewers.
Nicole Scherzinger reunited with her former bandmates Carmit Bachar, Kimberly Wyatt, Ashley Roberts and Jessica Sutta during Saturday night's live final, leaving viewers at home stunned with their sultry moves and skimpy attire.
Media watchdog Ofcom is now investigating the ITV show after a high number of viewers complained about the sultry performance.
Daring display: The Pussycat Dolls' raunchy X Factor: Celebrity performance has garnered a whopping 419 complaints from viewers since Saturday night's live show
The ladies - who took to the stage without sixth member Melody Thornton, who has chosen not to return - shocked X Factor viewers with their PVC ensembles and seductive moves, nine years after the girl band split in order to pursue solo careers.
An Ofcom spokesperson confirmed to MailOnline: 'We’ve had 419 complaints about the Pussycat Dolls’ performance on Saturday.'
Perhaps anticipating the complains, lead singer Nicole proved she's far from bothered by some of the reactions, as she proudly shared a clip of the performance to her Instagram grid.
Skimpy attire: Nicole Scherzinger (centre) reunited with her former bandmates Jessica Sutta, Kimberly Wyatt, Ashley Roberts and Carmit Bachar (from left to right), leaving viewers at home stunned
Raising eyebrows: The comeback has left fans feeling a mixed bag of emotions
She defiantly captioned it: 'Wasn’t expecting that... were you!'
She then plugged the forthcoming arena tour, adding: '#REACT coming soon! Get your tickets to the #PCDReunion tour at the link in my bio.'
But many who watched the show still commented on the performance.
'Ofcom are gonna get a hammering about PCD aren’t they?' one person tweeted.
Another posted: 'I can see the Ofcom complaints now!'
Spectacle: The band, who have also announced a reunion tour, belted out a medley of hits
Reaction: Fans of course were swift to hit Twitter and weigh in on the matter
Another posted, alongside a picture of Kim Kardashian crying on the phone: 'Angry parents calling Ofcom because of what the pussycat dolls are wearing before the watershed...'
Indeed, one person defiantly tweeted: 'Just complained to OFCOM!'
'It makes me uncomfortable to see 5 grown women dancing half naked on my screen,' someone else tweeted.
Yet others pointed out that no-one was outraged two weeks before when group Try Star took to the stage, dripping wet and half-nude.
'These are the same parents that were c****ing themselves over tristar stripping!' someone noted.
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