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Triple Image is a pop group from Orlando, Florida.
It consists of identical twins Bridgett Lynn and Brittney Lee, born July 18, 1989 , and their younger sister Brianna Lauren, born September 17, 1990 , of the Livingston family. They signed with Wire Records under Johnny Wright and recorded their first album, Celebrate, in 2002. The group opened for Aaron Carter in concerts across the U.S.
In 2004, their song "Hey Now (Girls Just Wanna Have Fun)" featuring Jamie Lynn Spears, which had been on Celebrate, was included on the Lizzie McGuire Total Party! album. It was a modified cover version of "Girls Just Want to Have Fun", first recorded by Cyndi Lauper in 1983 (Prior to Triple Image's version, Lauper had also previously recorded the "Hey Now" version). Triple Image also covered Girl Thing's song Last One Standing (song).
Triple Image have also become spokespeople for Thursday's Child, a charity organization for endangered children. The group are currently on hiatus while sister Brittney records her solo album. The group have not released a new single since 2006. As of September 20, 2009 none of the sisters have released new material.
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- Brittney on MySpace
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