Nash Accuses Pussycat Dolls Of 'Sexualising' Young Girls15 March 2010
Nash Accuses Pussycat Dolls Of 'Sexualising' Young Girls
The Foundations hitmaker insists the girl group, which was initially formed as a burlesque dance troupe, sets a bad example for impressionable young fans.
Nash compares the band to earlier pop acts such as the Spice Girls and Destiny's Child - and she's adamant the Pussycat Dolls' sexy style is sending out the wrong message.
She says, "They're called Pussy. Cat. Dolls. You don't need to say anything else really. It's encouraging sexualisation and sexuality in young kids, and I think that's a bit weird.
"When I was young I was listening to the Spice Girls and Destiny's Child. I was singing Independent Woman and Survivor, and it was all about Girl Power and being with your friends. I don't think I was singing, 'Don't cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me?'"
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