SECRET Talks about 'Rivals with SISTAR and Girl Group Bullying Rumors'
By Staff Writer | September 14, 2012 11:54 PM EDT
Girl group SECRET has started their powerful seduction. They have transformed from cute girls to a femme fatale image.
After a long hiatus, the group is back with their 3rd mini album, Poison.
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They seem to be happier than ever even with a long 1 year hiatus from the music scene.
They commented, "We first thought that this one year hiatus would make our group disappear amongst all the new groups, but we believed we needed that time to upgrade ourselves as a group."
When asked about their rival group SISTAR, they commented, "Maybe we are always compared to them because we have the same number of members. SISTAR is known for being pretty and having healthy bodies. We are very different from them. It's good to have a rival in order to keep ourselves motivated but I think what is most important is giving back to our fans who have waited for us all this time."
When asked about the recent girl group bullying rumors, they commented, "We didn't think the crisis would end up getting so big. It's true that girl groups fight because every girl has their own opinions. I think it is important on how groups cooperate and get over their problems. One thing that is different about our group is that all of our members still sleep together in the same room. This allows us to see each other more often and sort out problems right then and there."
SECRET's new album is a 'sexy spy' concept. Their outfits and their vocals are all shocking.
They hope to show a new sexy image that they have never shown before.
They commented, "We worked really hard for this album. Please continue to support us."
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