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It is one of the best selling albums from Walt Disney Records, alongside the soundtrack to High School Musical.
In November 2005, the group released their Christmas album, "Cheetah-licious Christmas", and toured the US on their Cheetah-licious Christmas Tour.
The film would also become the highest rated Cheetah Girls movie in the trilogy.
The sequel's plot followed the Cheetah Girls as they become largely successful and take a tour of Spain.
While touring, The Cheetah Girls began work on their official debut studio album.
Bryan was interviewed by Billboard magazine, where she stated that the group was eager to showcase a "more mature" sound to gather an audience of older fans, while still keeping the lyrics clean for the younger fanbase as well.
The film's soundtrack was released on August 15, 2006. It debuted at #5 on the Billboard 200, and has moved over 1.4 million copies to date, achieving platinum status.
After the release of Cheetah Girls 2, Bryan, along with her fellow Cheetah Girls, toured the United States on their The Party's Just Begun Tour from September 2006 to March 2007.
ABC Family understands this and that's why they've created a new TV special to say goodbye to 2014 called "That's So Throwback" which features Disney Channel classic series' episodes and original movies such as the truly iconic The Cheetah Girls film which became a phenomenon of sequels and a successful band formed by members of the main cast.Williams was quoted as saying that the band members co-produced and co-wrote a "good portion" of the album.On September 25, 2007, "TCG" was released by Hollywood Records, with a debut of #44 on the Billboard 200 albums chart.While Raven-Symone started as a child actor and went on to become a big star and earned praise for the way she revealed her sexual orientation, I always wonder about the three other girls in the cast. The quadruple threat star definitely forged her own path in the entertainment industry.I know that they became the real-life version of the The Cheetah Girls (or TCG), and two of them, Kiely Williams and Adrienne Bailon were originally in the girl group 3LW, (remember their big hit "No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)"? After the success of The Cheetah Girls, Bailon, Williams and Bryan took the TCG show on the road, recording albums and touring as the real-life version of the band from their films.
The series ran for nine episodes, concluding on August 28, 2011.