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A girl group is a popular music act featuring several young female singers who generally harmonize together. Girl groups are often backed by male musicians, and serve as front artists for behind-the-scenes songwriters and music producers. The term "girl group" is generally not applied to girl bands, in which women play instruments as well as sing. Examples include Diana Ross and the Supremes, Bananarama and The Spice Girls.

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