SexBomb Girls

The Sexbomb Girls (also known as the SexBomb Dancers,SB Girls and SBG) is a Philippine all-female dance group founded in Manila, Philippines, in 1999. They are known for the hit novelty songs "Spageti Song", "Bakit Papa" ("Why Father?") and "Bilog na Hugis Itlog" ("Egg-shaped Circle") that were certified platinum in the Philippines. The music video of "Bilog na Hugis Itlog" aimed to educate Filipino voters on the new procedure implemented in the 2010 Philippine general election. The SexBomb Girls' Round 2 album has sold 150,000 copies in the Philippines, becoming the best-selling album by a female group in Philippine music history. They have sold over 555,000 albums in the Philippines, making them "The Philippines' Best-Selling Female Group Of All Time". In 2008, the Guillermo Mendoza Memorial Scholarship Foundation, Inc. Awards recognized them as "The Most Popular Dance Group". They are well known for their chant "Get, Get Aww!" They were once mainstay dancers for Eat Bulaga!, a noontime variety show in the Philippines. However, the SexBomb Dancers no longer appear on Eat Bulaga. They are currently freelancers; they can appear in any channel and guest in any TV show except Eat Bulaga due to some misunderstandings.[clarification needed] The group is a mainstay dancer in Sunday All Stars every Sunday on GMA-7; some members also appear in Banana Split on ABS-CBN. They perform in shows and concerts at The Library in Malate and Zirkoh and Klownz in Quezon City.