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The Cheetah Girls: Ticketnest

By Sara

Another smashing hit by Walt Disney. A beautiful, innocent story of young teen passionate, wanton spirits who want to excel in music industry. These teen divas are full of energy and thrill like swift felines pouncing in the jungle and they are ready to overcome any difficulty in the way of their success. The story of the film is originally taken from a series of 12 adult books written by Deborah Gregory by the same name as The Cheetah Girls.

The series of books features a story about a girl singing group who want to be discovered someone in the music industry and become famous overnight. They have big and sweet dreams in their young dreamy eyes about their future. And then fortunately they are discovered by a record producer when they were rehearsing for a school talent competition. The film is adapted and made few changes in the original story but the basic story is not being modified to keep the original flavor of the story in place.

The popularity of The Cheetah Girls film was the base of a hot pop band The Cheetah Girls that included three of the four lead actresses only excluding Raven-Symone. The band is also named the Cheetah Girls. Three members of the musical group are Adrienne, Kiely and Sabrina. Adrienne and Kiely are originally from 3LW whereas Sabrina was an actress; they all decided to continue the band. And that proved a very fruitful decision they produced several hit tracks and are rated as one of the most wanted pop bands of today.

After the band was formed just in two years it gained the biggest fan-franchise in the history of Disney ( and in addition the band earned a multi-platinum soundtrack and a very high rated DVD release on charts. Wow! Arent you want to be a part of this fun, I am sure you want to see it once. The cheetah Girls debut their first song on DisneyMania 3, as a trio, covering the song I Wont Say (I'm In Love). This followed by their next recorded song that was for the Chicken Little soundtrack, "Shake A Tail Feather".

And fortunately enough by the end of the year of 2005 the band was able to release their first beautiful album named as, Cheetah-licious Christmas. It was a Christmas album and it went as high as it ranked #74 on the billboard 200. The Cheetah Girls were requested to perform their single "Cheetah-licious Christmas (song)", at the ABC 2005 Disney Christmas Parade, and the 2005 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.

Cheetah Girls fan list include girls form 5-15 years of age and also their mothers. They are very good on stage. I happen to witness one of their shows and God knows they have a lot more experience than their age. It was some performance. Just like felines they filled the stage with their presence the tracks were mind blowing with beautiful and almost flawless dance moves. These girls are able to plague the audience with their thrill and the energy they exhibit is irresistibly contagious. They are very aware of their impact on audience and kept on doing continuous effort to improve their tracks and dance move along with a lot of variety. Their best songs include "I don't wanna be like Cinderella... I'd rather rescue myself" and also "Shake Your Tail-Feather" well this one is my favorite too.

The energy these cats show on stage is unimaginable and so exciting. And the best part is that it is fun and safe family music all the members can enjoy. In such a short time they are escalating to the heights of popularity. And still they have a long way to go. This now a cult pop-band is destined to be a constant hit for ages.

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About the Author
Sara grew up in Kansas and after moving to Carlsbad, CA, relates to Dorothy of the "Wizard of Oz" fame. No surprise that she loves theater including "Wicked". Sara is a staff writer for Ticket Nest ( ) and enjoys writing about her travel, theater and concert experiences. She can be reached at

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