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Fivestar by Mardi McConnochie
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"Singer/dancer wanted for girl group." It all began with an ad in the paper. You can say it all began with Darryl, but there was no way he was going to be able to control the five girls he selected to be the vehicle for his popstar dreams. Tyler, on the other hand, offers the five a chance to make a reality TV documentary series called Chasing the Dream. It's the early 1990s, and girl bands and reality television are new and exciting. The girls land a record deal, top the charts in Australia, then the UK, then move on to America.… (more)

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