Jamelia has banned the Pussycat Dolls' music from being played in her house - because she thinks the band are a bad influence on her two young daughters.The 'Thank You' singer is a massive fan of the raunchy girl group, but doesn't want her daughters - six-year-old Teja and two-year-old Tiani - to be influenced by their provocative lyrics and image. Jamelia said: "My confession is that I'm a huge, huge, huge Pussycat Dolls fan. But the Pussycat Dolls are actually banned in my house, because I don't want my daughters to be like them."But I absolutely love them, and think they are great. I just don't want my daughters singing their songs or writhing around like burlesque dancers!"The Pussycat Dolls started off life as a burlesque dance troupe before finding pop success with worldwide hits such as 'Don't Cha' and 'Beep'.Last week, Jamelia was thrilled to announce her engagement to British soccer star Darren By field.She gushed: "I'm completely over the moon. Darren proposing was a real surprise but I'm totally delighted. I can't stop smiling."