Chart-topping mega-group The Pussycat Dolls are reuniting for a UK tour and are headlining this summer's Brighton Pride.
The multi-platinum pop sensations, who have sold more than 54 million records worldwide and streamed over one billion times, returned to the spotlight last week with the release of their acclaimed new single, React.
The group will perform a full 75-minute show at Brighton's Pride In The Park event on Sunday 2 August. It will be their first ever set at a UK Pride event.
Commenting on the forthcoming gig, The Pussycat Dolls said: “We are honoured to headline Brighton Pride. It’s such a massive and important event, bringing everyone together for one big weekend of acceptance and love, which is what The Pussycat Dolls are all about. We can’t wait to share our show with you all and have the biggest party ever!”
Paul Kemp, Director of Brighton & Hove Pride, said: “For our 30th anniversary we're really excited that LGBTQ+ icons The Pussycat Dolls will be headlining the FABULOSO main stage.
"The Pussycat Dolls are the first of many artist announcements to come. Watch this space for loads of great LGBTQ+ performers and allies over the coming weeks.”
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