The Pussycat Dolls' "feud" has been exposed as an awkward performance clip has gone viral.
With their sizzling hot X Factor: Celebrity performance wowing the nation at the weekend, The Pussycat Dolls have made their comeback.
However, an awkward video clip has resurfaced, adding to rumours of an alleged feud between the girl group.
In the savage clip, Nicole Scherzinger, 41, looks mortified as bandmate Melody Thornton, 35, randomly takes over and starts singing into her microphone, drowning out the lead singer.
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PCD were performing their hit single Buttons at the 2006 American Music Awards.
Nicole was on lead vocals while the other band members danced in the background.
It appears Melody decides she wants her moment in the spotlight as she proceeds to step in front of Nicole and walk down the runway, singing at the top of her lungs.
The camera cuts to Nicole, who is clearly fuming with her ex-bandmate.
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With the rest of the band dancing their way to the front of the stage to join Melody, Nicole steps in front of them all, regaining her place.
The clip resurfaced on Twitter, following the girls' reunion.
A fan posted the video with the caption: "In honour of the Pussycat Dolls reunion, a moment for the time Melody Thornton went rogue doing adlibs and Nicole Scherzinger was visibly raging."
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Melody isn't involved with the beloved band's reunion and was absent from their performance on Simon Cowell's celebrity singing competition.
After their reunion performance on Saturday, The Pussycat Dolls are heading out on a UK tour next year.
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