Pursuing in the wake from the multi-platinum lady group Pussycat Dolls came Girlicious, a pop quartet whose music was also rooted in sexually charged slick R&B/pop. The group includes Nichole Cordova, Tiffanie Anderson, Chrystina Sayers, and Natalie Mejia, and was created in 2008 by Robin Antin, inventor and founder from the Pussycat Dolls. To be able to capitalize in the achievement that her initial pop group acquired achieved throughout the world, Antin produced possible television program to find another pop feeling. After hundreds auditioned with expectations and dreams to be area of the following “it” group, Antin chosen 15 participants who compete in an application known as Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious. The contestants performed strenuous dance routines and shipped group and single vocal shows as the judges on the display eliminated the rivals, until there have been only four remaining. In the finale, Antin decided to eliminate yet another contestant to accomplish her preferred group; however, in the last second she made the decision that Girlicious should operate like a foursome rather than trio — therefore, Cordova, Anderson, Sayers and Mejia all produced the cut. Soon after the public found out who was likely to maintain the group, the quartet fallen an electronic EP, entitled Like Me/Stupid S**t. The EP was an enormous achievement in digital downloading, and “Like Me” became especially effective in Canada, striking number 1 in video rotations and number 4 within the Canadian Sizzling 100. The track also charted within the Billboard Pop 100, mainly due to digital downloading. Their self-titled debut recording was slated for launch in Sept 2008, plus they decided to tour using the Backstreet Kids for his or her Unbreakable Tour that same summer time, promoting the recording.