After the breakup, many of the members began solo careers and some even went on to become actresses.
In 1993, after a controversial lineup change, Destiny's Child became the most successful girl group, and according to Billboard magazine, one of the greatest musical trios. The team existed until 2006, when the girls decided to pursue a solo career.
After the breakup of the group, Kelly Rowland won a Grammy, starred in several films and released 4 solo albums. Michelle Williams has conquered audiences by performing in theater and musicals. Michelle also released an album of Christian sacred music. Beyoncé, the third of the trio, has achieved incredible heights in her career. She has 20 Grammy awards, a clothing line, and many film roles. She is considered one of the most beautiful women on the planet. In 2008, Beyoncé married rapper Jay-Z and had three children.
The R&B group "Pussycat dolls" has been conquering audiences as a dance group since 1995. But by 2003, their performances had transformed into a musical ensemble. The team broke up in 2010 due to unequal popularity among girls. Since 2010, each of them began a solo career. And Nicole Scherzinger ended her musical career and became a sought-after actress.
London-based pop trio Sugababes began paving the way to stardom in 1998. Their records went platinum, and more than 14 million copies of albums were sold worldwide. The group was ahead of Madonna and Britney Spears.
But over time, the lineup began to disintegrate: in 2001, Siobhan Donahue left, and Matia Buena left the band after the birth of her daughter in 2005. In 2009, Kisha also left the group.
In 2011, the original lineup tried to reunite. They promised to release new songs and came up with a new name for the band "Mutya Keisha Siobhan". But the group was never able to release songs and disbanded again.
The British pop group formed in 2002 during the ITV reality show Popstars: The Rivals. In 2007, Girls Aloud was voted the most successful reality TV group.
In 2010, the members decided to take a short break, but it dragged on for a long time. In 2012, Girls Aloud toured for their 10th anniversary, but the band ceased to exist at that point.