THEIR mission was Doll Domination, and the Pussycat Dolls clawed, purred and conquered Glasgow.

Revving on stage like Hells Angels astride motorbikes, the burlesque troupe raised temperatures with a high-octane set.

Bionic frontwoman Nicole Scherzinger - and her four sexy kittens clad in kitsch tartan outfits - whizzed through costume changes and chart hits.

New material alternated with favourites, as Takin' Over The World came hot on the five-inch-heels of Beep, I Don't Need A Man, I Hate This Part, Buttons and Wait A Minute.

Without sometime collaborators Timbaland, Snoop Dogg and Busta Rhymes, the five-piece group set the sold-out SECC alight with raunchy routines and a dazz-ling pyro-technic display.

Chart-topper Lady Gaga warmed up the crowd, and R&B sensation Ne-Yo reached fever pitch with Because Of You, Let Me Love You and So Sick.

The Doll Domination world tour format tried to showcase each of the band members in solo sections, but it was only ever The Nicole Show - and she said her boyfriend, motor racing hero Lewis Hamilton, was "out in the house somewhere".

A high-energy encore of Don't Cha and When I Grow Up ensured the Dolls reigned supreme.