Few pop cultural figures embraced the term “feminist.” The underground punk movement known as “Riot Grrrl” scared anyone outside of it (which was part of its point), while Alanis Morissette’s breakthrough single “You Oughta Know” scared everyone else even more.Then, in the middle of the decade, the Spice Girls took all of that fear and made feminism -- popularized as Girl Power -- fun.It was inevitable that the song and video would become massive, and become massive they did, with the song heating up the Hot 100 chart and the video establishing the group as mainstays on MTV for many subsequent (though not quite as memorable) videos to come.Scherzinger would eventually leave the group, and the Dolls' original lineup would disband, but you can still buy her white hoodie from the video on e Bay for .Suddenly, regular girls far outside Women’s Studies classrooms had at least an inkling of what would be known in wonky circles as Third Wave Feminism -- led by Generation Xers pushing for sexual freedom and respect for traditionally “girly” pursuits like makeup and fashion, among many other issues.Mel B on Spice Girls' 20th Anniversary: ' It Would Be Rude Not to Celebrate' Preaching Girl Power to worldwide masses in the 1990s was no small thing.well, it's on the next generation of girl groups to do what they can to add to it. Derek Burbidge)"Don't Cha" presented the Pussycat Dolls -- a prefab, burlesque-turned-pop outfit, which makes them perhaps the girl group-iest girl group ever -- as a virtually unstoppable army of seduction, with seemingly dozens of sexy, stone-cold members waiting in the wings to pop out at any given moment, jumping on a trampoline or drag racing in a Jeep.And of course, the attack was led by the impossibly alluring head Doll Nicole Scherzinger, wearing a hoodie with the lyrics to the song's coolly evil chorus emblazoned across the top.
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Since the advent of MTV, the music video has been an absolutely integral part of the Girl Group experience.
Groups have made their careers off one eye-catching video, had their images cemented, and became a part of pop culture history. L.'s Slow Healing Process • Top 20 Most Underrated Girl Group Songs • 20 Years of TLC's 'Creep' GIRL GROUP WEEK HOMEPAGEHere is Billboard's list of the 10 most iconic girl group videos.
She ain't concerned with, who ya boy's hittin, or who Ray's nailing So when I give it to her, I know that she ain't tellin See I'm a go getta and she a go get-it You already know she a..