Teen pop sensation Nobody's Angel came together because of a bond made early on when four young girls were searching for creative outlets through signing, dancing, and acting. Amy Sue Harding, Sarah Smith, Stacey Harper, and Ali Navarro were first hanging out in Los Angeles enduring tough auditions and soon found themselves a close bunch who also had a passion for music. They soon discussed the possibilities of putting a group together, for their background in musical theater, song, and dance seemed to be a perfect fit. Nobody's Angel made their debut on ABC's Boy Meets World in 1999, and appeared on the soundtrack to the modern version of The Parent Trap. Soon thereafter, the girls captured their glossy pop sound on their self-titled first album, which was released on Hollywood Records in early 2000. ~ MacKenzie WilsonPortions of Content Provided by Rovi Corporation.
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