OMG, this is just terrible, LMFAO. Seriously. Girlicious are a four-woman group created by Pussycat Dolls's Robin Antin on a recent MTV reality show. The chosen foursome - aged 18 and 20 - wear more makeup than clothing and, if their clichéd lyrics are any indication, have just two kinds of people in their lives: duplicitous guys who buy them presents in order to get into their panties and jealous girls who want to be like them, an ironic point of focus considering that each member competed to join a girl group that is a carbon copy of another girl group (Antin argues that Girlicious are more "urbanized" than her Pussycat Dolls).
Like most reality TV, Girlicious's debut CD is insipid, grating and forgettable, including a brief, agitated performance by Kardinal Offishall as a scorned sugar daddy on I.O.U.1. A cover of The Way We Were is flat-out laughable. And have I mentioned that the girls's voices sound about as human as a blender on purée? Weighed down by manufactured attitude and raunchiness, Girlicious fails to serve up even a single dish of flirtatious fun.