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LOS ANGELES, Oct. 10, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- The ladies of Girls United, Alex, Candi, and Nichole, have wowed – and are still wowing - X Factor judges and the audience with their amazing vocals and sweet, sassy, fun-loving personalities. Aside from the X Factor, they have the "IT" factor. They have been described as a cross between female super groups the Spice Girls and TLC, whom they consider pioneers of the Girl Power movement in music.
While Ariana Grande is dealing with Twitter relationship drama, X Factor Top 16 (and counting!) group, Girls United, is showing her some Girl Power love with their video cover of her song, Pink Champagne. Grande gave the self-penned tune, written with the help of Kesha and producers Damon Sharpe and Matt Squire, to her 10 million and counting Twitter followers last week as a thank you for their loyalty.
Girls United are currently working on their debut EP and are looking to bring strong, outspoken female voices back to pop music. Poised for commercial success, these girls will be popping their own pink champagne bottles soon enough.
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Video with caption: "Check Out This Awesome Girls United Version of Pink Champagne!" Video available at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RbdwA3MqUlo
Image with caption: "X Factor Top 16 Group, GIRLS UNITED, Are Set To Release Their Cover Of Ariana Grande's Pink Champagne." Image available at: http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20131010/PH95305
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