The SexBomb Girls (also known as SexBomb Dancers and now SB NewGen) is an all-female celebrity sing and dance group in the Philippines. From mere background dancers, they evolved into multimedia stars, with successful careers in singing, acting, and dancing. The SexBomb Girls is hailed as "The Best-Selling Philippine Female Group of All Time" (followed by Aegis).
They are well known for their chant, "Get, get aww!" They were once mainstay dancers for Eat Bulaga!, the longest noontime variety show in the Philippines. The group can be seen weekly at Zero Point Malate every Tuesday night, Mosibaba Food Park every Wednesday night, at their weekend shows at Zirkoh Bar Tomas Morato and Klownz Comedy Bar, Banana Split (renamed as Banana Sundae), Umagang Kay Ganda
The SexBomb Dancers were originally composed of four dancers upon their formation in November 1999 (Rochelle, Che-che, Debra and Janine) under the name Salaguinto Dancers as the background dancers of Eat Bulaga!. The name "Sex Bomb" came from the 1999 hit song of Tom Jones. Of the four, only Rochelle remained (thus landing her the role and title as the group leader) until the group expanded during the SexBomb dance searches in 2000–2001, reaching an all-time high of 22 members. In 2002, the SexBomb Singers were formed, and were billed as "SexBomb Girls" in their shows and promotional materials. Their first studio album, Unang Putok included the hit songs "Bakit Papa?" ("Why Father?"), "Crush Kita", "Pretty Little Baby", "Di Ko Na Mapipigilan" ("I Can No Longer Stop") and "Tulog Na Baby" ("Sleep Now Baby"). In 2003, they released their sophomore album entitled Round 2 which featured the hit song "Spageti Song" featuring Joey de Leon. In 2004, the SexBomb Girls released their third album entitled Bomb Thr3at featuring the hit song "Halukay Ube". The SexBomb Dancers did shows and danced to songs from their dance albums, Sexiest Hits (2002), Sexiest Hits 2 (2003) and Sexiest Hits 3 (2004). The SexBomb Singers and Dancers were then collectively referred to as The SexBomb Girls. The SexBomb Girls were managed by Joy Cancio, of Focus E Incorporated. Cancio was a former member of the Vicor Dancers of the 1980s.
The group's fame continued to permeate with the said album releases, constant national television show guestings, live shows in political campaigns and comedy bars, and their longest drama series on Philippine television, Daisy Siete that ended in July 2010, extending to 26 seasons (a total of 7 years). Upon the group's dismissal from their house show Eat Bulaga! in 2011, the SexBomb Girls welcomed a freelance television contract (appeared in GMA, ABS-CBN and TV5) while maintaining outside shows. In December 2013, the strains of the original members of the dance group went their separate ways into having their own families, solo artistries, continued educations, and entrepreneurships.
The SexBomb Girls are currently under J Entertainment (beginning January 2014) on a continued freelance state as managed by Jara Cancio, the daughter of Joy Cancio, and Aira Bermudez (original SexBomb Dancer). Currently, the group is known as SexBomb NewGen or SB NewGen to represent the new generation of the SexBomb Girls, producing all-female talents with expertise in dance genres such as hip-hop, contemporary and urban, as well as in singing, slowly deviating from the original group's main focus on novelty and jazz. Currently guesting in a series of television shows, comedy bars and mall tours, SB NewGen also continues their fast rising explosion through their viral dance videos that reached international databases in Facebook and YouTube.
As of August 4, 2017, it was announced that SB NewGen would be co-managed in unison by J Entertainment and Viva Artists Agency.
Watch the SexBomb Girls together with Rochelle Pangilinan, Randy Santiago & the Comedy Queen Ai Ai De Las Alas, HATAWANAN, Sun March 29, 2020 at the HISTORIC BAL THEATRE.
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