The Pussycat Dolls long-awaited comeback single React has leaked online in full.
The three minute twenty-four second track is currently available on a range of social media platforms.
It's thought the leaked song is still in demo form.
During the track, Nicole Scherzinger spoke about a volatile romance over a catchy electronic repetitive beat.
The Pussycat Dolls debuted the chorus of the track during their raunchy Celebrity: X Factor final performance.
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The sexplicit performance saw the girls donning skintight sheer and PVC catsuits before grinding up a storm as water drenched them from above.
But while fans appear to be loving React, many fear the group's comeback could be ruined by the unofficial release.
One fan wrote: "You should delete this please don't ruin the comeback."
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Another added: "We must support the PCD comeback and this is not the way we should get at least.
"People will see this and when the official audio comes out it won't have the reception it has to have."
"Where did you get this ? But it's better if you delete, because we don't want to flop it," a third begged.
Last week, Nicole Scherzinger went official with her romance with Thom Evans.
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In December, Daily Star Online revealed how she had snuck Thom backstage at the final of X Factor: The Band.
A source spilled: "People thought that Thom and Nicole were just for show or simply a storyline used to get people talking about The X Factor but they are the real deal.
"Over the weekend, he followed Nicole up to Birmingham to watch the filming of X Factor: The Band final.
"They wanted to keep things as quite as possible so he was snuck out the back of the studio 10 minutes before the end of filming wrapped up."
A rep for The Pussycat Dolls has been contacted by Daily Star Online for comment.
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