The new music video from the girls group for their latest single taken from their upcoming LP "Doll Domination" has premiered on June 13.
After its video preview streamed earlier, now the full version of The Pussycat Dolls clip for their latest single "When I Grow Up" has premiered on Friday night, June 13 at FNMTV. The clip was directed by Joseph Kahn and supposedly featured a cameo appearance by Britney Spears, but for some reasons the pop singer's scene was cut from the clip.
The new clip starts with the Dolls being caught in a traffic jam and then they went on to sing and dance on top of the cars. Beside dancing on the cars, at the end of the clip the girls group also showed their raunchy moves on the stage like set. Another feature on the clip is that it had so many flashy spot lights from the beginning to the end.
The song itself is being set as the first official single from the Dolls' upcoming album "Doll Domination", due to out on September 16. The song has also been spawned via iTunes on May 27 and it was performed live at the MTV Movie Awards on June 1.
The Pussycat Dolls' "When I Grow Up" Video Premiere: