Girls' Generation (SNSD)-Spice Girls, No Limits for Girl Groups
By Staff Writer | August 14, 2012 08:54 AM EDT
Girl group Girls' Generation received hope after looking at the Spice Girls.
U.K girl group Spice Girls performed at the 2012 London Olympics for the first time in 5 years. Even though this was their first performance since 2007, they still looked amazing along with their powerful stage performance.
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Spice Girls debuted in 1994 and disbanded in 2001. After their disbandment, the girls went solo or tried out acting. After their individual activities, they met up again in 2007 and held a world tour and in 2012 they came together for the 2012 London Olympics.
Korea's national girl group Girls' Generation debuted in 2007 and came out with a series of hit songs such as "Gee" and "Hoot." Many people have been wondering how much longer Girls' Generation will be able to perform due to their age, however, after seeing the Spice Girls, they received hope that they will be able to perform for a long time regardless of age.
The 9 members of Girls' Generation also work separately as unit groups or for drama OSTs and acting roles.
All of the members of Girls' Generation are now successful in their own ways. They have been accepted as a group and as individuals as well.
Girls' Generation, just like the Spice Girls, will be able to prove that there are no limits for how far girl groups can go.
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