Sunday, 10 April 2011

10 and 1 - Best Girl Groups

Spice Girls: I can't wait for their Behind The Music episode.

Question... are there actually any girl groups out there in the music world right now? Destiny's Child will be out of the game for at least another ten years, when the allure of an instant money-making comeback tour will see the girls asking you to say their names once more. The Pussycat Dolls, with the exception of Nicole Scherzinger, all quit when they realised they were just Scherzinger's back-up dancers. Sugababes (version 4.0) don't even deserve to use the name anymore now that the three original members have been kicked out. Girls Aloud may never team-up again if Cheryl Cole lands that U.S. X-Factor judging gig (shame?). The Saturdays aren't even worth talking about. Girls Can't Catch failed miserably, but who didn't see that coming. Girls. Can't. Catch. If you thought a girl group with a name that puts down girls would take off, you're dense. I like that. So, question the second... when will we see the return of the girl group?

Now, it's time to start the week with a '10 and 1!' For those in the audience that fit into that 'dense' category of people I like so much, we're looking at girl groups. Duh. We're moving out of 'worst' territory for the 10, as we'll be looking at some awesome girl groups before finishing with one really, really (really) crappy one. Let's get to it!

The 10:

The Supremes

En Vogue

Destiny's Child



The Ronettes

Spice Girls

Girls Aloud

Pussycat Dolls

The Shirelles

And 1:

Girls Can't Catch

Suddenly, Rebecca Black doesn't seem so bad.

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