Fans have spotted a hilarious detail in the new Pussycat Dolls single cover after years of in-fighting over Nicole Scherzingers dominating role
Pussycat Dolls singers only get 'half a face' next to Nicole Scherzinger in brutal single cover

Pussycat Dolls singers only get 'half a face' next to Nicole Scherzinger in brutal single cover

Pussycat Dolls singers only get 'half a face' next to Nicole Scherzinger in brutal single cover

Pussycat Dolls singers only get 'half a face' next to Nicole Scherzinger in brutal single cover

Pussycat Dolls singers only get 'half a face' next to Nicole Scherzinger in brutal single cover

Pussycat Dolls singers only get 'half a face' next to Nicole Scherzinger in brutal single cover
Pussycat Dolls singers only get 'half a face' next to Nicole Scherzinger in brutal single cover
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The Pussycat Dolls' new single cover has gone viral, but for all the wrong reasons.

The band recently reunited after ten years apart, and rumours of rifts due to Nicole Scherzinger , 41, being unfairly favoured also returned.

And the new cover for their comeback track React has done nothing to dispel these rumours.

A Twitter user pointed out a hilarious blunder in the design, as Nicole is the only singer whose whole face is showing.

The other girls get just one eye and half their nose squeezed in at best.

Their tweet laughing about the error has racked up nearly a quarter of a million likes already.

One user replied saying: "Lmfao Im so damn tired of this groups dynamic."

"Nicole said 'ONE EYE ONLY!'" joked another.

Pussycat Dolls fans spot hilarious blunder on album cover that shows Nicole Scherzinger is still favourite

"Nicole ruling with an iron fist" added a third.

The song itself was leaked ahead of time, and apparently features only Nicole's vocals, in a move which is likely to set the row between the singers off again as they fight over the spotlight.

It has been reported that the band's other members - Carmit Bachar , Ashley Roberts , Jessica Sutta and Kimberly Wyatt - have since recorded on a new version of the song, according to The Sun .

The band teased the tune when they made their controversial comeback performance on The X Factor in November
The group's split in 2010 was triggered by Nicole's dominance as the lead singer

But the group's split in 2010 was triggered by Nicole's dominance as the lead singer, and it seems this may become an issue if this recording is anything to go by.

The song's chorus features Scherzy's powerful vocals, as she sings: “Every time 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 turning me cruel ’cause I’m just wanting you to react.”

It comes as Nicole revealed she is dating hunky rugby player Thom Evans, 34, after sharing a picture of the two of them cosying up in a swimming pool on holiday in Mexico.

Nicole looked radiant as she went makeup free for the steamy session with her new man, who she got together with when he appeared on Celebrity X Factor .

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Pussycat Dolls singers only get 'half a face' next to Nicole Scherzinger in brutal single cover

Irish dad tricked by epic 'leak under the sink' prank viewed by millions online

Irish dad tricked by epic 'leak under the sink' prank viewed by millions online

A video of an Irish dad being pranked by his daughter has been watched millions of times online.

Brenda Molloy Rothwell from Blanchardstown, Dublin, tricked her dad with the cruel prank telling him there was a 'leak under the kitchen sink'.

Her father, Robert, seemed adamant that there was no leak while right under his nose was a large leek sitting in the press.

In the video, Brenda tells her father: "There is a leak... Can you see it there?"

Robert replied: "I only done that last week, they're all dry. Come here until I tell you, do you think I'm a thick?

Robert Molloy from Blanchardstown reacted well to the brilliant prank

"They were done last week and I cleaned them out now give it up out of that.

"Now I'm trying to bath the child and you're p***ing me off."

He finally picks up the leek from the press and realises he was the victim of a childish prank.

The video was posted on Brenda's Facebook page and has since been viewed over three million times.

The original video has been shared 46 thousand times and has had 14 thousand comments praising the family's relationship.

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Arsenal cite mitigating circumstances in hope to reduce Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ban

Arsenal cite mitigating circumstances in hope to reduce Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang ban

Arsenal are reportedly hopeful that Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang's three-match ban will be reduced by the FA, although they will not appeal against it.

Gunners captain Aubameyang was initially booked by referee Paul Tierney for a lunge on Crystal Palace midfielder Max Meyer during Saturday's 1-1 draw at Selhurst Park, only for the decision to then be upgraded to a straight red card by VAR.

Television replays showed that Aubameyang clearly caught Meyer's ankle with his challenge, but Goal.com report that Arsenal feel that slowed down replays of the incident portrayed it to be much worse than it was.

The club are also said to be citing similar challenges on their own players which didn't result in any punishment this season, although their chances of getting the decision overturned or the ban reduced must surely be considered low.

Aubameyang was eventually set off for this lunge on Meyer

Forward Aubameyang is due to miss the forthcoming Premier League matches at home to Sheffield United and away to Chelsea , as well as the FA Cup fourth round tie at Bournemouth .

One man who is unlikely to agree with Arsenal's grounds for appeal is Crystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson, who claimed that a red card was a correct decision.

“I knew at the time it was a severe challenge and I’m not accusing Aubameyang of wanting deliberately to do that, but it was a bad challenge, a forward’s challenge," said Hodgson after the game.

The decision was upgraded to a red card by VAR

“He’s had his ankle bent almost in half, a 90-degree angle.

“The only thing that surprised me is it took them so long to decide it was a red card, because I don’t think I’ve seen a challenge which was more obviously a red card than that in a long, long time.”