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1. The Stunners (stylized as the Stunners) are an American pop girl group, founded by Vitamin C, comprising of Tinashe Kachingwe, Hayley Kiyoko, Lauren Hudson, Allie Gonino and Marisol Esparza. Their first promotional single was “Bubblegum” which also featured a music video. Their debut single, “Dancin’ Around The Truth”, featuring New Boyz was released for radio airplay and digital download in June 2010.

After working on their solo careers, the group was orchestrated during a chance recording session with singer, and writer/producer, Colleen “Vitamin C” Fitzpatrick. Six months after forming, the group was signed to Columbia Records. The made their debut on the soundtrack for the first season of iCarly, on the track “Let’s Hear It for the Boy” a cover of the 1984 song by Deniece Williams. A single, “Bubblegum” was released to iTunes on March 3, 2009 on Columbia Records and was removed when the girls parted ways with the label. Before parting ways with Columbia Records though, original member Kelsey Sanders left the group due to wanting to pursue her acting career rather than singing, and was replaced by Lauren Hudson.
They then released their five-song, self-titled promotional EP, on the Lionsgate Music label, in October 2009, which has since been removed from online music retailers as to not compete with the new version of the single “Dancin’ Around The Truth”.
In an interview with AOL JSYK, the girls revealed a scripted TV series was in development for the group, with a pilot ordered by MTV, stating,


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