With their album "Doll Domination" out and about, The Pussycat Dolls are gearing up the promotion to support the effort with another music video. The singing dance troupe have shot a video for the album's latest single "I Hate This Part" and a behind-the-scene is released as a teaser.
The girls shot the video in the middle of a desert with director Joseph Kahn who also directed their "When I Grow Up" video. Lead vocalist Nicole Scherzinger said that they will use different types of emotions for this music video and she also revealed that the song is the closest to her heart from the album. The video also provides a sneak peek to the girl's new choreography for the semi-ballad.
In the middle of the shooting, the girls and the crew also spared sometime to celebrate Melody's birthday with a cake and balloons.
The band actually have shot one more video for the album's second single "Whatcha Think About That" and have released two behind-the-scenes for that too. However, no release date for both videos has been announced.
"Doll Domination" was released on September 23 and debuted at number four on the Billboard 200, with 79,000 copies sold in its first week. This has been an upgrade to their first effort, "PCD" that was sold 75,000 on the first week.
Behind-the-Scene of "I Hate This Part":