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Judges Doubted Teen Girl Group Until They Started Epic “Hollaback Girl” Cover.

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It can be hard to stand out in the music industry. Everyone is fighting for attention, using their vocal talent, public persona, and all-around look to distinguish themselves.

But Australian girl-group Beatz seems to stand apart from the crowd without even trying. They’ve maintained their uniqueness ever since they first hit it big-time on their “X Factor Austraila” audition in 2014.


Members, Brooke, Tayla-Grace, and Elishia had been singing and dancing together for over a decade before they auditioned. Through the years, they’ve fine-tuned their sound and mastered simple but incredibly in-sync choreography, which is why it shouldn’t have been a surprise that they would go on to wow the audience and the show’s four judges.


Selecting Gwen Stefani’s “Hollaback Girl” for their audition song, once the music started and they hit their first note (and dance move), it was clear that the young women took their craft incredibly seriously.

Each dance step was perfectly synchronized throughout the performance. What’s more, their harmonies were on point and each of them demonstrated tremendous vocal talent, from rapping to hitting high notes. It’s extra-impressive because the original recording of the song was less singing and more like a cheer/chant.


Once they finished their performance, the girls received a well-deserved standing ovation from all four judges and the audience. One judge went so far as to say that if they put that much energy and effort into every performance, they’d go all the way.

In the end, the impressed judges described the performance as “incredible,” “awesome,” and “magical.” We couldn’t agree more.

Check out what all the fuss is about in the video below – and don’t forget to share!

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