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-Girlicious is an [place]American[/place] [tag]pop[/tag] girl group featuring [bandmember from=2007][artist]Natalie Mejia[/artist][/bandmember], [bandmember from=2007][artist]Nichole Cordova[/artist][/bandmember], [bandmember from=2007][artist]Chrystina Sayers[/artist][/bandmember], and [bandmember from=2007][artist]Tiffanie Anderson[/artist][/bandmember] formed by Robin Antin from the reality TV show, "Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious". Before the premiere of the show, Girlicious had already started recording their debut album and working on music videos since the summer of [yearformed]2007[/yearformed]. Originally the group was to be a trio, but was conceived as a quartet, through a final decision of creator, Robin Antin. They have received more attention from the Canadian and Brazilian audiences than the U.S. Girlicious was nominated for "Breakout Group" and "Reality : Music Competition" at the Teen Choice Awards '08, but did not win in any of the categories.+Girlicious is an [place]American[/place] [tag]pop[/tag] girl group featuring [bandmember from=2007][artist]Natalie Mejia[/artist][/bandmember], [bandmember from=2007][artist]Nichole Cordova[/artist][/bandmember], [bandmember from=2007][artist]Chrystina Sayers[/artist][/bandmember], and [bandmember from=2007][artist]Tiffanie Anderson[/artist][/bandmember] formed by Robin Antin from the reality TV show, "Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious". Before the premiere of the show, Girlicious had already started recording their debut album and working on music videos since the summer of [yearformed]2007[/yearformed]. Originally the group was to be a trio, but was conceived as a quartet, through a final decision of creator, Robin Antin. They have received more attention from the Canadian and Brazilian audiences than in the US. Girlicious was nominated for "Breakout Group" and "Reality: Music Competition" at the Teen Choice Awards '08, but did not win in any of the categories.
-Girlicious was apart of the label [label]Geffen Records[/label] but as of 2009, they currently are signed up for [label]Interscope Records[/label].+Girlicious was a part of the label [label]Geffen Records[/label] but as of 2009, they currently are signed up for [label]Interscope Records[/label].
Girlicious took part in a tour of [place]North America[/place] as the opening act of the "Unbreakable Tour" with the [artist]Backstreet Boys[/artist] that started on July 30, 2008 and ended September 6, 2008. Girlicious returned to [place]Canada[/place] to tour for the second time in 2008, with special guest [artist]Danny Fernandes[/artist]. The first set date was scheduled in the beginning of October. Girlicious wrapped up their tour in [place]Canada[/place] with [artist] Danny Fernandes[/artist] at the end of March 2009. Girlicious took part in a tour of [place]North America[/place] as the opening act of the "Unbreakable Tour" with the [artist]Backstreet Boys[/artist] that started on July 30, 2008 and ended September 6, 2008. Girlicious returned to [place]Canada[/place] to tour for the second time in 2008, with special guest [artist]Danny Fernandes[/artist]. The first set date was scheduled in the beginning of October. Girlicious wrapped up their tour in [place]Canada[/place] with [artist] Danny Fernandes[/artist] at the end of March 2009.

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Girlicious was an American girl group originally formed by Robin Antin, creator of The Pussycat Dolls, from the CW reality TV show Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious. The group was originally signed to Geffen Records and composed of members Nichole Cordova, Tiffanie Anderson, Chrystina Sayers and Natalie Mejia. Their self-titled debut album was released in Canada in August 2008 and reached number two on the Canadian Albums Chart. After Anderson left the group in June 2009, Girlicious signed with Universal Music Canada and released their second studio album, Rebuilt, in November 2010. Mejia and Sayers departed the group in February 2011 and Cordova announced her departure two years later in the form of joining a new band, Girls United.