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The group consisted of singer/actresses Kellie Hoggart, Liza Witt, and Roxanne Clark. All three formed the group in 1990 with the intention of getting a TV program off the ground about a girl group in 1960s Sydney. But when the pilot was turned down the trio decided to make the group a reality, which would pay off in 1992 when their remake of "Be My Baby" became a #6 hit on the ARIA chart. Their album Get Happy! was released in November 1992 and charted at #36.
A new single, "Baby It's You" was released in 1993 but was not a success, peaking at #91 on the ARIA chart.
After Teen Queens
After the group broke up in 1993 they continued to pursue solo projects. Hoggart has so far been the most successful of the three, as a former regular of the children's hit show Hi-5. She was the oldest member of the group. Witt is currently hosting a TV online shopping site.
- From AuspOp (May 31, 2009)
- Teen Queens - Camp 90s Girlband from Pop Trash Addicts (December 21, 2006)
- "Be My Baby" music video on YouTube
- "Love How You Love Me" music video on YouTube
- "Baby It's You" music video on YouTube
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