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Here you can read interesting information and watch all of the music videos Ashley has appeared in as a solo artist, with The Pussycat Dolls and also music videos by other artists where Ashley was featured in.


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Ashley's first music video as a solo artist was for the song Yesterday and premiered exclusively on on November 14th 2012. It was shot in a beautiful and luxurious mansion located in the hills of Los Angeles, California sometime in October. Dancer and model Taylor James is the leading man in the music video and plays Ashley's boyfriend. The press found the video to be very raunchy, as Ashley is showing off her dancer body in short dresses and designer lingerie only. The music video shows Ashley and her boyfriend as a happy couple but the next second they are seen arguing in a fight.

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The Sway music video was shot and released in 2004 and includes scenes from the 2004 movie Shall We Dance? with Jennifer Lopez. Robin Antin, the creator of The Pussycat Dolls, and two burlesque Pussycat Dolls were in the music video along with the familiar line up. It mainly shows the girls dancing on a fancy show stage, in a dance studio and ballroom dancing with partners. The music video has a very jazzy and burlesque feeling.

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The Don't Cha music video was directed by Paul Hunter. It premiered in 2005. Nicole Kea (former member) told MTV News that the video was all about having fun. "Busta Rhymes is pretty phat, man. He is so much fun. He's so humble and he just makes you feel good. When you're around him, you feel magical. The lyrics are 'Don't cha wish your girlfriend was hot like me.' but if you see the video, it's all about being who you are, having fun and being confident - and feeling hot. It's not so much about looking hot, although looking hot is important."

MTV's Brandee J. Tecson commented: "Leave it to the Pussycat Dolls to cast someone in their music video who can actually steal attention away from six gyrating half-naked chicks." Billy Johnson, Jr. of Yahoo! Music said: "Front and center, the stunning Nicole Scherzinger, surrounded by good company, pranced around in tank tops and short shorts while drag racing in convertible jeeps. They raised the bar." VH1 listed the music video at #14 on its Top 40 Videos of 2005.

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The music video for Stickwitu was directed by Nigel Dick and premiered in 2005. The video was shot over two days in different places in Los Angeles including the Orpheum Theatre.

In an interview with MTV News, Dick talked about directing the music video. He said the main theme of the video was: A photographic rendition of the life of the Pussycat Dolls: travelling around, getting ready for gigs, being on the tour bus, doing a photo session, waking up in a motel, talking to their boyfriends on the phone, soundchecking. He continued saying: "There's a moment in the video where they each dance, because we wanted something to be a bit uptempo from the single, which is a slow groove. And each girl picked their own music, so it was a little contest between each of them. They were trying to outdo each other, trying to pump each other up. It was all modern dance mixes."

The music video begins with the group at a hotel being awoken by someone knocking on the door. The Pussycat Dolls begin to pack their belongings, then walk to their tour bus and stop to sign autographs for fans on the way. The video continues to show footage of the girls on the bus, in dance rehearsals and practicing their song Stickwitu. The video ends with the girls coming out of a back entrance of a building posing for pictures.

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The Beep music video was directed by Benny Boom and was released in 2005. It starts with Nicole meeting in an elevator. explains his attraction to which Nicole replies by implying she doesn't care about him looking at her. She then enters the Dolls apartment, and, concluding the chorus, they begin a dance routine throughout the second verse. The Dolls are seen at a nightclub and the dance break starts. Throughout the video, each girl dances in front of a large set of speakers.

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The Buttons music video was shot from March 15 - 17 of 2006 by production company DNA and was directed by Francis Lawrence. The music video is influenced by both the Pussycat Dolls's old-school burlesque traditions and the Middle-Eastern influence of the musical composition, incorporating props and imagery such as the trademark Pussycat Dolls's method of the silhouetting of bodies in their stage shows, jazz dance moves, and a curtain made out of jewelry worn by belly dancers.

The video begins with the lights turning on and Snoop Dogg rapping the 1st verse. In a sepia-toned setting, The Pussycat Dolls, dressed in suggestive black outfits, progress through the video performing a striptease that leads to several dance segments. During the chorus, the girls can be seen dancing on chairs and a horizontal barre. During the breakdown, the girls dance while smoke comes out of their fingers and the floor turns on fire. The video ends with the girls walking away.

Tom Breihan from The Village Voice ranked the video at #10 on his favorite videos of the year commenting: "Obvious reasons and all, but this is also a big, glossy pop video done right: flashy editing, decent choreography, a distinct look. If those are easy things to do, why isn't every pop video this good?". The video received two nominations for Best Dance Video and Best Choreography at the 2006 MTV Video Music Awards and won Best Dance Video. It was also nominated at the 2007 MTV Australia Video Music Awards for Best Hook Up. Contessa Gayles of AOL Music Blog included the music video at #39 on the list of Top 50 Dance Music Videos. In 2007 Canadian music channel MuchMusic ranked the video at #4 in the list of the "50 Sexiest Music Videos of All-Time". It was also ranked at #85 on Fuse's "100 Sexiest Videos of All Time".

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The music video for I Don't Need A Man was directed by Chris Applebaum and was first announced and described by Ashley in a blog entry on their official website. On August 25th 2006, the music video premiered on The Box in the UK and on September 14th 2006, it premiered on MuchOnDemand in Canada. The video took the #1 spot on multiple times. It reached #9 on MTV's TRL and #1 on the MTV Asia Chart Attack.

The first verse begins with Ashley doing her nails dressed in white clothes. The video shows Nicole singing, Carmit doing her hair and Jessica having a shower as they prepare to go out. In the chorus, the Dolls mimic a hair salon scene. During the second verse, the video shows Kimberly in a bathtub getting ready and Melody putting her make-up on. In the second chorus, it shows the Dolls performing a dance routine before breaking into different scenes of the girls dancing separately. The video concludes with the girls performing another dance routine against a black background in the final chorus before confetti falls down. The background color in the music video is pink, contributing to the girly theme.

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The music video for Wait A Minute was shot from October 8 - 9th of 2006, in the Metro Red Line in Los Angeles, California and was directed by Marc Webb.

It starts with the girls passing around a Samsung YP-K5 audio player, while looking for Timbaland. When Nicole bumps into Timbaland, they playfully argue. The Dolls then walk onto the train with him and start dancing on the poles of the train. The girls then leave the subway and start to block traffic by walking right into the middle of a crossroad. Timbaland gets out of his car and the Dolls and him continue to argue. They start to dance on top of his car. The video ends with Scherzinger telling off Timbaland and saying that she does not need what he gives her but would like it back.

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The When I Grow Up music video was shot from April 3 - 4th of 2008 on the Hollywood Boulevard in Los Angeles, California and was directed by Joseph Khan. Britney Spears filmed a cameo appearance for the video on June 4th at the Warner Bros lot in Los Angeles. An on set insider said that Britney's scene was short, only consisting of her driving in a passing car and waving to the other girls. A few days later it was announced by MTV News that the cameo had been cut from the final video. The music video premiered on June 13th 2008 on MTV's FNMTV.

In the video The Pussycat Dolls are shown sitting in a car in the middle of a traffic jam. They sing the first verse in the car before jumping out. When the chorus kicks in, the girls get out of their car and jump on the roofs of other cars to start dancing a routine. Then they walk down the Hollywood Boulevard with bubbles floating all around them. As the second chorus starts, the girls climb up a scaffolding and begin to dance. The final scene shows the girls performing their dance breakdown. The camera zooms out to reveal filming equipment and playback screens.

Nick Levine from Digital Spy wrote that: "The Pussycat Dolls have a novel way of amusing themselves during traffic jams" and described the dance breakdown as "entertaining" and "nostalgic". In Australia, the video was criticized for the video being too raunchy. The music video was nominated for Video of the Year, Best Dance Video, Best Art Direction, Best Cinematography and Best Choreography at the 2008 MTV Video Music Awards. The music video was the fifteenth most streamed video on in 2008.

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The music video for I Hate This Part was directed by Joseph Kahn and shot in a beautiful desert, where it was filmed over two days. In an interview with Rap-Up, Melody said that her 24th birthday will be spent shooting the music video for I Hate This Part. On set, Nicole explained that they are going to explore all different emotional sides of this song in making this video.

The video starts out with Nicole playing the piano while the other girls are shown on a remote road with a broken car, waiting for another car to arrive. During the chorus, the girls are walking down the road and then they start dancing in the sand of the desert. Later on, all the girls are shown in different elements in the desert: Of course Nicole is shown singing and in front of the broken car with a wolf, Jessica in a parking lot on top of an arcade machine, Ashley walking in a parking lot with a pink stuffed elephant, Melody with a flower and a deer and Kimberly in an old pick-up truck. The final scene shows true emotion with the girls dancing in the rain during a thunderstorm.

John Kordosh of Yahoo! Music negatively commented that the video "shows Nicole pretending to play the piano while the rest of the troupe looks good in situations that have nothing to do with anything." MTV Buzzworthy noted that "Nicole's post-breakup ritual is less skulking-around-the-house and more crazy, desert-style Wet t-shirt contest." Nick Levine from Digital Spy, wrote that "the video is a less racy affair than usual, though the girls do get to flash some flesh during a dancing-in-the-rain scene at the end." In 2009, the video received a MuchMusic Video nomination for Best International Group Video.

VEVO YouTube views: 28.000.000+

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The music video for Whatcha Think About That was filmed from September 9 - 10th of 2008 in Los Angeles, California with Diane Martel as the director. Melody spoke to Rap-Up about the concept of the video. "It's kinda like a throwback to the original Pussycat Dolls were we started out at Johnny Depp's Viper Room and the whole burlesque-cabaret feel and the choreography was inspired by Fosse and very stylized." Meanwhile Ashley said "It's very editorial in my mind. Lots of beauty, lighting, and mysterious set-ups".

The British tabloid newspaper The Daily Mail commented that "the girls perform their high-energy dance moves in a series of sexy lingerie." Nadia Mendoza from fellow UK newspaper The Sun agreed, particularly commenting on the outfits and the dance. A reviewer from Rap-Up wrote that "The Pussycat Dolls turn up the heat in their smolderin’ burlesque-inspired clip." MTV News compared the music video of Whatcha Think About That to Danity Kane's "Bad Girls", concluding: "We like the Dolls' video better, but prefer the vocal stylings of Danity Kane for the simple reason that their song sounds less like a lesson in robotics and more like actual singing."

VEVO YouTube views: 10.000.000+

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The music video for Bottle Pop was directed by Thomas Kloss and premiered on February 9th 2009. In an interview with MTV News, Nicole talked about the music video: "It's gonna be so much fun. It's gonna be a dance video. Obviously, you can tell by our wardrobe, it's going to be very colorful and fun, freaky fun! You guys are going to be wanting to pop some bottles after this one."

The video features the Dolls breaking into a theater and performing their choreography on the stage. The male dancers that accompanied the girls on their Doll Domination World Tour appear towards the end of the video, performing a dance break with them. Snoop Dogg does not appear in the music video.

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The music video for Jai Ho! (You Are My Destiny) was filmed at an old Tramway Museum in Vienna, Austria and it was directed by Thomas Kloss. The music video premiered on March 13th 2009. The music video, recreates the last scene from the movie Slumdog Millionaire.

The video starts off with Nicole being followed by a mystery man through the crowded indian marketplace and a train, while the other girls record him with their phones. During the second verse, Nicole is separated from the rest of the group and is seen singing and dancing in a beautiful setting. The music video focuses on dance routines inspired by Bollywood. The girls can be seen dancing throughout the video with a large crowd of people from all over the world behind them.

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The last music video by The Pussycat Dolls was Hush Hush; Hush Hush. It was directed by Rich Lee and features cameo appearances by celebrity blogger Perez Hilton and Carmen Electra. The video premiered on May 26th 2009. The music video had a 70s disco theme with some of the girls wearing afros and dancing in a 70s nightclub. They were seen roller skating and dancing with male dance partners during the I Will Survive part of the video.

A reporter of The Daily Mail commented that the video is "the most revealing Pussycat Dolls video yet". While noted that "the rest of the group are barely seen in the video with Nicole as the star of the show. Celebuzz praised the video describing it as a steamy clip: "It starts out in the best possible way: with lead doll Nicole Scherzinger wet and naked." Reviewer Melinda Newman commended the overemphasis of lead singer Nicole Scherzinger. "It's a PCD' video in name only given that the other dancers barely have more than cameo appearances. There's not even the remotest hint that there are other people in the group until more than a minute in when she passes through a door onto a multi-level staircase and the other Dolls are dancing as the song morphs from a ballad to dance number. The other Pussycat Dolls are completely relegated to background dancers, along with the other hired hands."

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