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24th Apr '18 9:22:44 PM anonymous90
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* Star, Simone, and Alexandra from Lee Daniels' show ''MusicalSeries/{{Star}}''. The girls changed their group name from Big Trouble to Take 3.

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* Star, Simone, and Alexandra from Lee Daniels' show ''MusicalSeries/{{Star}}''.''Series/{{LeeDanielsStar}}''. The girls changed their group name from Big Trouble to Take 3.
4th Apr '18 7:28:40 PM KawaiiKoolness
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* ''{{DarthWiki/TheGingerverse}}'' has The Soviet Villains, in which the main villain from Going Seoulo (the first movie and start of the Gingerverse)is the lead singer and guitarist, the drummer is Olga Yanovich and then there is Anna Dimitry, who plays multiple instruments. They are an *EvilDiva version.

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* ''{{DarthWiki/TheGingerverse}}'' has The Soviet Villains, in which the main villain from Going Seoulo (the first movie and start of the Gingerverse)is the lead singer and guitarist, the drummer is Olga Yanovich and then there is Anna Dimitry, who plays multiple instruments. They are an *EvilDiva version. There is also Ginger and the Hancocks, which are the good guys.
30th Mar '18 2:04:49 PM KawaiiKoolness
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* ''{{DarthWiki/TheGingerverse}}'' has The Soviet Villains, in which the main villain from Going Seoulo (the first movie and start of the Gingerverse)is the lead singer and guitarist, the drummer is Olga Yanovich and then there is Anna Dimitry, who plays multiple instruments. They are an *EvilDiva version.
22nd Mar '18 8:11:00 AM fearlessnikki
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* Mis-Teeq, a British R&B group. They started out with four but one of the girls left after the first single. Their best known song "Scandalous" was used in the ''{{Film/Catwoman}}'' movie. Member Alesha Dixon later found success as a winner and eventual judge on ''Series/StrictlyComeDancing'', and then ''Series/BritainsGotTalent''.

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* Mis-Teeq, Music/MisTeeq, a British R&B group. They started out with four but one of the girls left after the first single. Their best known song "Scandalous" was used in the ''{{Film/Catwoman}}'' movie. Member Alesha Dixon later found success as a winner and eventual judge on ''Series/StrictlyComeDancing'', and then ''Series/BritainsGotTalent''.
28th Jan '18 2:09:15 PM Willbyr
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27th Jan '18 5:24:10 PM fearlessnikki
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Girl groups are the DistaffCounterpart of {{boy band}}s. These ladies will generally be attractive and may sing in suitably {{Stripperiffic}} outfits. While girl groups have a predominantly female fan base, they do have a sizable number of male fans, a sharp contrast to a boy band's almost all-female fan base. In other words, girls want to be them, boys want to sleep with them.

Although girls groups typically aren't as massive as {{boy band}}s, they have stayed relatively popular over the years outside of the US. However, boy bands have made a comeback and, although One Direction are far ahead of any girl group, the rest of the market is mostly on an equal level to the girls.

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Girl groups are the DistaffCounterpart of {{boy band}}s. These ladies will generally {{Boy Band}}s. Naturally they'll be a group of attractive and may young girls who sing and dance in suitably {{Stripperiffic}} outfits. outfits - usually with songs about sex. Videos will be full of {{Fanservice}} and expect at least one member to make it into a lads' mag.

Unlike Boy Bands, there are no set roles for each member of the Girl Group. If there are three members, they'll usually correspond to BeautyBrainsAndBrawn or TheThreeFacesOfEve. If it's four, then likely the FourGirlEnsemble. And if it's five, of course the FiveManBand.

The quintessential Girl Group was The Andrews Sisters way back in the 40s (see below) but the concept of one really exploded in the late 90s. The cause? The Music/SpiceGirls.

This British quintet turned into an overnight sensation, achieving worldwide fame and cementing their status in pop culture. Any groups formed in the 90s and 2000s were following their lead.
While the boy band craze died down in the early 2000s, girl groups have a predominantly female fan base, they do have a sizable number of male fans, a sharp contrast to a boy band's almost all-female fan base. In other words, girls want to be them, boys want to sleep with them.

Although girls groups typically aren't as massive as {{boy band}}s, they have stayed relatively popular over the years outside of the US. However, boy bands have made a comeback and, although One Direction are far ahead of any girl group,
remained around for the rest of the market is mostly on an equal level to the girls.
decade. While not as prominent as before, there are still a few.



* Music/GirlsAloud, created by a British TalentShow. They're one of the most successful groups to spring from a reality show (in terms of UK chart performance), having earned 20 top 10 hits in the UK alone. (They did had a few international singles, but remained solely in the U.K.)

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* Music/GirlsAloud, created by a British TalentShow. They're one of the most successful groups to spring from a reality show (in terms of UK chart performance), having earned 20 top 10 hits in the UK alone. (They They did had a few international singles, but remained solely in the U.K.)



* The Music/PussycatDolls, a former burlesque troupe that takes {{Stripperiffic}} to the next level. Also their reality-TV-born offshoot, Girlicious.
** Pussycat Dolls' lead singer, Nicole Scherzinger was originally part of another girl group, a pop group created for the show ''Popstars'' called Eden's Crush. After their disbandment, Nicole Scherzinger went solo for unknown reasons, but has yet to ever achieve any success she had with PCD.

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* The Music/PussycatDolls, a former burlesque troupe that takes {{Stripperiffic}} to the next level. Also their reality-TV-born offshoot, Girlicious.
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Girlicious. Pussycat Dolls' lead singer, Nicole Scherzinger was originally part of another girl group, a pop group created for the show ''Popstars'' called Eden's Crush. After their disbandment, Nicole Scherzinger went solo for unknown reasons, but has yet to ever achieve any success she had with PCD.
26th Jan '18 7:40:49 PM Willbyr
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* JosieAndThePussycats, who were later {{defictionalized}}.

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* JosieAndThePussycats, ComicBook/JosieAndThePussycats, who were later {{defictionalized}}.
9th Nov '17 2:42:34 PM anonymous90
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* Star, Simone, and Alexandra from Lee Daniels' show {{Series/STAR}}. The girls changed their group name from Big Trouble to Take 3.

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* Star, Simone, and Alexandra from Lee Daniels' show {{Series/STAR}}.''MusicalSeries/{{Star}}''. The girls changed their group name from Big Trouble to Take 3.
9th Nov '17 11:03:35 AM anonymous90
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* Star, Simone, and Alexandria from Lee Daniels' show {{Series/STAR}}. The girls changed their group name from Big Trouble to Take 3.

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* Star, Simone, and Alexandria Alexandra from Lee Daniels' show {{Series/STAR}}. The girls changed their group name from Big Trouble to Take 3.
9th Nov '17 11:02:43 AM anonymous90
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* Star, Simone, and Alexandria from Lee Daniels' show {{Series/STAR}}. The girls changed their group name from Big Trouble to Take 3.
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