As seen in 'I Hate This Part' music video, The Pussycat Dolls reveal their different emotional sides as they perform the tune in the desert.
Hot pop girl group The Pussycat Dolls have dropped a music video in support of their second single "I Hate This Part". Co-produced by Lucas Secon and Wayne Hector, the song is ballad tune with slow-jammed sound which is taken from the band's just-released album "Doll Domination".
Speaking of the video, Nicole says that it becomes a place to show out their different emotional sides. "We're gonna explore all different emotional sides to this song that we're making this video. It's probably one of the closer songs to me on this album," she explains in a statement.
To promote their latest record, the dolls plan a set of U.K. tour dates for 2009. They are expected to kick off their tour in Aberdeen on January 18, before wrapping it up in Liverpool on February 6. For their Manchester live performance, the girls plot to bring out Ne-Yo on stage with them.
Furthermore, a special gift is also considered to be given away at the end of their world tour. "We're thinking of collecting a souvenir from each country, putting it all together and giving it away at the end of the tour," Nicole reveals.
Pussycat Dolls' "I Hate This Part" music video: