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How Many Of These '00s British Bands Can You Remember?

Time for a trip down memory lane.

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    Clea formed after Chloe, Lynsey, Emma, and Aimee were voted off "Popstars: The Rivals", the show that produced Girls Aloud. Their first single, "Download It" entered the UK Singles Chart at number 21.

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    Miz Tipzta, Devine MC, and Marky P made up 3 Of A Kind. They released only one single, "Baby Cakes", which went straight to the top of the UK Singles Chart.

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    Carolyn, Tisha (who played Missy in "Kerching!"), Suzie, and Tanya made up The 411. They had hits with "On My Knees" and "Dumb".

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    Phixx were a boyband formed from the male runners up on "Popstars: The Rivals". Andrew, Chris, Mikey, Peter, and Nikk had a hit with "Hold On Me", which entered the UK Singles Chart at number 10.

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    Precious consisted of Louise, Anya, Sophie, Kalli, and Jenny Frost (who was later in Atomic Kitten). They represented UK in the Eurovision Song Contest in 1999 and released their song "Say It Again" afterwards. It debuted on the UK Singles Chart at number 6.

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    Along with Sabrine and Su-Elise, Aleesha Dixon used to be in Miss Teeq. Their biggest hit was "Scandalous".

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    Lucie, Sophie, and Daniele competed in "The X Factor" as Dolly Rockers, and went on to release the single "Je Suis Une Dolly".

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    Sugababes was initially made up of Siobhán, Mutya, and Keisha. Siobhán was later replaced by Heidi, Mutya was replaced by Amelle, and Keisha was replaced by Jade. Their biggest hits include "Freak Like Me", "Round Round", and "Hole In The Head".

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    Brothers Steve, Ant and Andy Scott-Lee were in 3LS. They were managed by Steps' Lisa Scott-Lee. Their first single, "Take It Easy", debuted at number 11 in the UK Singles Chart.

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    Anton, Matt, Daniel, Keith, and Jamie were the boy band formed by "Popstars: The Rivals". Their first single, "Sacred Trust / After You're Gone", came in at number 2 in the UK Singles Chart when Girls Aloud's "Sound Of The Underground" topped it.

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    Jamie, Lisa, Sarah, Beverley, Lisa, and Tasha made up Hepburn. Their single "I Quit" reached number 8 on the UK Singles Chart and appeared on the soundtrack to "Buffy The Vampire Slayer".

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    AllSTARS*, made up of Sandi, Thaila, Ashley, Rebecca, and Sam, were best known for their CITV show "STARStreet*". Their single "Things That Go Bump in the Night" entered the UK Singles Chart at number 12 and appeared on the soundtrack to the "Scooby Doo" movie.

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    Tony, Kevin, Michelle, Jessica, and Kelli were the five runners up on "Popstars", the show that created "Hear'Say". Their biggest hit was "Just A Little".

  14. Upside
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    After Clea broke up, Emma and Aimee started their own band, LoveShy. They released a dance track called "AM to PM".

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    Mark, Dane, Bobak, and Wayne had many hits with Another Level, including number-one "Freak Me".

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    Dan, Andy, Ian, Michael, and Lee (later also Ziggy and Warren) had a number 15 hit with "Love On The Northern Line".

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    Kym, Myleene, Suzanne, Noel, and Danny were formed by the TV show "Popstars". Their first single "Pure And Simple" reached number 1.

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    Mark, Christian, and Stephen had a number 5 hit with "Back Here". The band sold over 3 million albums and appeared on "Even Stevens".

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    Liz, Natasha (who replaced Heidi Range), and Jenny (who replaced Kerry Katona) had massive hits with "Whole Again" and "Eternal Flame".

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    Lee, Jimmy, and Spike topped the UK Chart with "A Little Bit More".

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    Luke and John had a hit with "JCB Song", a song about Luke's dyslexia.

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    Consisting of Jodi, Anika, Linzi, Michelle, and Nikki, Girl Thing were formed by Simon Cowell and were intended to rival the Spice Girls. Their first single, "Last One Standing" charted at number 8.

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    Originally comprising Cherise, Dion, Nadia, J-Rock, Flawless, Randy, Skillz, and Fingaz, Big Brovaz had a huge hit with "Boogie 2nite".

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    Célena, Heavenli, and Mariama were supposed to rival Destiny's Child. Their biggest hit was "Love of a Lifetime".

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    Christian, Mark, Ben, and Paul had a big hit with "Be the First to Believe", which entered the UK Singles Chart at number 6.

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    Sean, Ritchie, Scott, Abz, and J had a massive hit with "When The Lights Go Out".

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    Frankie, Rochelle, Daisy, Calvin, Jay, Stacey, Aaron, and Hannah were a teen spin off of S Club 7. They were formed on the TV show "S Club Search" and their biggest hit was "One Step Closer".

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    Easther, Vernie, and Kéllé (and originally Louise Redknapp) made up Eternal. They were supposed to rival En Vogue and they had a big hit with "Stay".

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    2Hats, Maggot, Billy Webb, Eggsy, Mystikal, Mike Balls, Adam Hussain, Rhys were in the Welsh comedy rap group. They had a number 3 hit with "Guns Don't Kill People, Rappers Do".

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    Strider, Flava, Kenzie, Melo-D, Reepa, Spike-E, Krazy, Freek, Tommy-B, and Rocky B had a number one hit with "Crossroads".

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