College Gyrls formed in November 2008, roughly twelve months after vocalist Mandy Moseley crossed pathways with Nick Cannon for the group of Nickelodeon’s Celebrity Camp. Impressed with Moseley’s performing and dancing capability, Cannon started assembling a teenager pop trio following the display wrapped up, ultimately finalizing the lineup with the help of Monica Anne Parales and Jacque Rae Pyles. Girls adopted stage titles for the task — Moseley became “Mandy Rainfall,” Parales became “Mo’Cash,” and Pyles became “Jacque Nimble” — and produced their debut in January 2009 by showing up in the E! tv series Party Monsters Cabo. After spending the rest of 2009 focusing on a debut recording, School Gyrls produced another tv appearance this year 2010, this time around as the topics of the full-length film that Cannon wrote for Nickelodeon. Also starring teenager heartthrob Justin Bieber, the film shown in February, a month before the launch of College Gyrls’ self-titled debut recording.