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Carmen Electra looks back on her sexy days in the dance group Pussycat Dolls with throwback lingerie photos

This week, Carmen Electra revealed her former life as a member of the Pussycat Dolls in a series of Instagram posts.

A cheeky tribute to Carmen Electra’s sexiness is photos of her in lingerie from before she joined the Pussycat Dolls

Pictures of the 50-year-old beauty in revealing undergarments surfaced online from the early 2000s, when PCD was still a burlesque act.

Carmen accentuated her ample cleavage and toned abdominal muscles by wearing a low-cut black bra and a suspender belt with jewels spelling out the word Doll.

She used the red heart emoji to caption the post about dolls, and the phrase “caught in the act” to describe another.

This is Tara Leigh Photos of Patrick, who is better known as Carmen, looked amazing, highlighting her famed beauty.

Her dazzling blue eyes were highlighted by black liner and full, fluttering lashes.

Long, honey-blonde layers cascaded down to the star’s trim waist, framing her face in a voluminous, feminine style.

The veteran performer sported the band’s trademark seductive attire for the photo shoot.

In an Instagram post, Patrick referenced the group and its creator, Robin Antin, using the hashtags “#pcd #pussycatdolls #throwback #memories #dance.”

One post prompted Antin to reply in the comments, ‘OMG you’re sooooo PERFECT BABE! #queen! You were born a #PussycatDoll! (I still have that costume! Ha!)’

She then captioned a subsequent post, “BEAUTIFUL CARMEN!!!!!” WOW! The photographs of you are all breathtaking.

April Love Geary, Robin Thicke’s fiancee, chimed in as well, writing, “Girl crush forever.”

The Pussycat Dolls were originally a modern burlesque troupe that Antin founded in 1995; they transitioned to a music group ten years later.

Their first single, 2005’s “Don’t Cha,” went to number one in 15 countries.

The group’s first album, PCD, was spearheaded by Nicole Scherzinger and has since sold over ten million copies.

Their concerts sold out arenas all over the world, making stars out of Nicole Scherzinger, Melody Thornton, Carmit Bachar, Jessica Sutta, Kimberly Wyatt, and Ashley Roberts.

The group reportedly broke up in 2009 due to internal tensions and ego clashes.