Second Cup Cafe: The Cheetah Girls

Cheetah Girls, PUBLICITY PHOTO, SMALL FILE, 2007, 479 X 639 Pixels, Photo Credit: Brian Bowen Smith
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Tween favorites The Cheetah Girls rose to fame via two Disney Channel films and accompanying multi-platinum soundtracks.

Now they're out with their very first studio album, "TCG," and visit "The Second Cup Cafe" to perform songs from the disc.

In 2003, Adrienne Bailon, Sabrina Bryan and Kiely Williams were cast with "That's So Raven" star Raven-Symone in "The Cheetah Girls," a made-for-TV movie based on the books by Deborah Gregory.

The story revolved around a group of multi-ethnic girls who could sing, dance and show kids how to have good, clean fun.

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The movie was a hit, and on the heels of the Cheetahs, Disney made "High School Musical," which broke all records on its opening night on the Disney Channel.

The Cheetah Girls became so popular that their second movie, in which they compete in a talent show in Spain, had even higher ratings than "High School Musical" on its debut night. The soundtrack album for the second movie debuted in the top 5 of the Billboard 200 album's chart.

Although she appeared in the second film, Symone remained focused on her solo career, while the other three members of the group continued to tour and record as a trio.

Their new album, "TCG" is their very first studio effort and features the type of upbeat pop music their young fans enjoy.

In their next film, "The Cheetah Girls 3: Indian Adventure!," the trio will travel to India to star in a Bollywood movie.

Already an accomplished hip-hop dancer with her own workout DVD, Bryan is also a contestant this season on "Dancing With The Stars."