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Good Girl
Goodgirl
Information
Age (at audition) 21-23
Sex Female
Act R&B Vocal Group
Seasons 11
Position Reached Judge Cuts

Good Girl was an R&B vocal group act from Season 11 of America's Got Talent. It was eliminated in the Judge Cuts.

Background

Born in Philadelphia, Megan Nicolle, Arielle, JL, and Bobbie make up the R&B group Good Girl.

Together for more than three years before their audition, Good Girl is a youthful mix of influences from 90’s groups like SWV, En Vogue, and TLC up through Destiny’s Child and the Hip Hop influenced R&B of today. As they continue to release music Good Girl sustains growth in their fan base both nationally and internationally with over 150,000 followers as well as hundreds of thousands of views/plays across youtube, sound cloud and other media streaming outlets on social media.

The group has performed on BET’s Music Matters - filmed at New York’s famed Sound of Brazil (SOBs), Lincoln Financial Field, TLA, World Café Live, Welcome America’s second stage and Washington DC’s and Howard Theatre. In addition, they’ve opened for such acts as SWV, Syleena Johnson, Wale, Estelle, and Jeremih.

Good Girl has also performed on Good Day Philadelphia, appeared on VH1’s “Mob Wives as well as sung background vocals on the hit television show Empire. 

Megan Nicolle is the edgy and passionate one of the group, with some "sexy aggression sprinkled in there." JL is the ball of energy and the jokester of the group. She is the "fun, flirty, fierce tomboy" who loves to laugh and have fun. Bobbie is the spicy one of the group, she is not afraid to speak her mind or embrace her femininity. She takes “girl next door” to a doper level. Arielle is the chill one, the sweetheart and the “Butterfly” of the group. [1]

Audition

Good Girl's audition in Episode 1103 consisted of singing En Vogue's "Don't Let Go" as a group. Howie Mandel, Mel B, Heidi Klum, and Simon Cowell all voted "Yes," sending the group to the Judge Cuts.

Judge Cuts

Good Girl's Judge Cuts performance in Episode 1109 consisted of singing Montell Jordan's "This Is How We Do It" as a group. Their performance was not strong enough for the judges to send them to the Quarterfinals, eliminating the group from the competition along with The Finest Family.

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