Ashley Roberts puts on a brave face as she holds hands with Pussycat Dolls
Ashley Roberts joined her bandmates Nicole Scherzinger, Kimberly Wyatt, Carmit Bachar and Jessica Sutta as they continued their promo tour following the release of their new single React.
The Pussycat Dolls made a united appearance at Global Radio Studios in London on Friday morning for an interview on Heart Radio.
The girls made a star-studded arrival at the Leicester Square station as they confidently strutted in heels outside the venue and sent a powerful message by holding hands.
The band's bold appearance comes just a day after it was announced that Pussycat Doll singer Ashley, 38, had split from Strictly Come Dancing professional Giovanni Pernice, 29.
However, blonde bombshell Ashley put on a brave face as she put her relationship woes to the back of mind and joined her glamorous bandmates as they prepare for their comeback world tour.
Ashley hinted that a weight had been lifted off her shoulders as she flashed a glimpse at her dazzling pearly whites and confidently walked alongside lead singer Nicole and the rest of the girlband.
The star appeared to put thoughts of her break-up behind her as she oozed confidence while posing up a storm outside the studios.
She looked sensational in a chic oversized grey blazer which she teamed with a casual white T-shirt and PVC leather-look trousers.
Adding height to her enviable frame, Ashley made a stand in black strappy stiletto heels.
She joined lead singer Nicole, 41, who looked fierce in matching leather trouser and a crisp white shirt which she rolled up to accentuate her tiny waist and toned abs.
The glamorous girl band leader rocked killer black heels and exuded her celebrity status with a pair of oversized sunglasses.
Fellow Pussycat Doll Jessica Sutta, 37, rocked sophisticated chic as she wowed in tailored blue trousers and a tucked-in vest top.
The flame-haired beauty drew attention to her glossy long locks which were styled in a super straight and sleek fashion.
Meanwhile, Kimberly Wyatt, 37, joined the glam girls in putting on a powerful and fashionable display in the capital.
The dance icon looked incredible as she slipped into a mink-coloured jumpsuit with billowing sleeves and baggy leg detailing.
Featuring a stylish belt to cinch in her tiny waist, Kimberly highlighted her svelte figure as she beamed her smile to onlooking photographers.
Completing the line-up was Carmit Bachar, 45, who opted for an oversized blue shirt tucked into similar black shiny trousers.
She accessorised with quirky shades and wore her vibrant red locks in perfectly tousled curls while she added a pop of matching colour to her plump pout with fiery-toned lipstick.
The Pussycat Doll's appearance in the city comes just a day after bandmate Ashley split from her dancer beau after a year of dating.
Giovanni announced the shock split in a tweet, writing: "@ImAshleyRoberts and I have made the decision to separate as a couple. We remain friends and wish each other well for the future."
Ashley is yet to comment on the break up.
However, Ashley has many things to keep her occupied as she has a jam-packed schedule ahead of the highly-anticipated Pussycat Dolls reunion tour.
The band recently reunited and is making a comeback after last performing together as a group ten years ago amid reports of tensions.
Their new single was officially released on January 24 and the subsequent tour is set to kick off in April this year.
The Pussycat Dolls, who have sold more than 54 million records around the world, announced their reunion plans at the end of last year with a performance on The X Factor: Celebrity final.
But Mirror Online then revealed broadcasting watchdog Ofcom received 419 complaints over the Pussycat dolls' routine.
Many fans thought Nicole and her four bandmates took their raunchy routine a little too far with their outrageous costumes and gyrating dance moves.
The girls turned up the heat in the studio, with things only getting more x-rated as they ended the routine by being soaked in water.
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