In the fiery visual, the pop quintet (sans OG member Melody Thornton) deliver the same kind of explosive, jaw-dropping choreography that made them famous in the mid-2000s with a bevy of Top 20 hits like "Don't Cha," "Beep," "Buttons" and "When I Grow Up".
"Maybe I should count my blessings that you're just that type/ So call me masochistic but sometimes I want to fight/ Everytime I leave you pull me closer/ I hang up the phone, you call me back/ Why don't you mess me 'round like you're supposed to?/ You're turnin' me cruel 'cause I'm just wanting you to react," Nicole Scherzinger coos over a sparse electronic beat as her fellow Dolls -- Ashley Roberts, Carmit Bachar, Kimberly Wyatt and Jessica Sutta -- writhe around in matching leather-and-latex looks in front of a literal wall of fire.
As the video reaches its climax, the Dolls move from one element to another, performing a water-drenched dance break on chairs reminiscent of their debut performance of the single on The X Factor U.K. last November.
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"React" marks PCD's first new music since their 2008 sophomore album, Doll Domination, which peaked at No. 4 on the Billboard 200 upon its release -- just one spot higher than the Dolls' 2005 debut, PCD. This spring, the pop group will be embarking on a U.K. comeback tour, and recently collaborated with Meghan Trainor on album cut "Genetics" off her long-awaited third album Treat Myself.