More Downbeat Reviews for Girlicious
More Downbeat Reviews for Girlicious
Kris De Leon
Kris De Leon
Staff Writer, BuddyTV
It seems that Tiffanie Anderson, Natalie Mejia, Nichole Cordova, Chrystina Sayers are gradually losing their touch.  The girls, who were discovered on the reality series The Pussycat Dolls Present: Girlicious, continues to uphold their title with their energetic performance and eye-catching choice of clothing but has failed to prove themselves anything more than another manufactured pop flash-in-the-pan, according to The Star Phoenix.

In their recent performance at the Credit Union Centre stage in Canada, Girlicious bared their rock hard tummies for the seven-song gig, which opened with the song “Stupid Sh**.”  And although their performance was deemed mediocre, they still proved to have some vocal ability with Sayers emerging as the strongest singer and Anderson with all the charisma.

"Canada has really taken us in and become a home.  We won't forget that Canada is where we started," Anderson said.

Meanwhile, Girlicious’ recent gig in Canada isn’t the only one that caught downbeat reviews. During the Fox Reality Channel Really Awards, which was held earlier this month, Girlicious performed but failed to impress Cheezy, also known as Mathew Levy, a contestant on I Love New York 2.

"Girlicious was a pretty big disappointment at the Reality Awards," Cheezy told the New York Daily News.  "They weren't all that sexy and I think the audience was yawning through their performance. Not a fan.  At least give me a REAL Pussycat Doll!"

Girlicious is currently in Canada finishing their tour for the second time this year after taking part in a tour of North America as the opening act of the "Unbreakable Tour" with the Backstreet Boys, which started on July 30 and ended n September 6.  The concert series, which kicked off on October 15 at the Sub Ballroom in Fredericton, NB, has found the foursome traveling to various places including, Ontario, Fort McMurray and Castlegar. 

Fans can still catch Girlicious tomorrow at the Doghouse, Medicine Hat in Alberta.

-Kris De Leon, BuddyTV Staff Columnist

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