The Cheetah Girls: One World Extended Music Edition DVD Review
The rockin Cheetah Girls score a big budget Bollywood musical in India but the show only has room for one star! Who will it be—Chanel, Aqua or Dorinda?
The rockin’ Cheetah Girls score a big budget Bollywood musical in India, but the show only has room for one star! Chanel, Aqua and Dorinda kept the girl power alive when they toured the U.S. and Spain, and the movie opens with a killer musical number about stickin’ together for life, but with the stakes so high, will the girls stay true to the group or will these Cheetahs change their spots?
Boy TroubleDo’s hot Spanish boyfriend dumped her and Aqua’s so desperate she’s falling for the nerdy tech support guy, so the ladies decide it’s time for a break. They hit up an Indian restaurant where Do is drawn to a statue of the elephant god, Ganesh, who’s known for removing obstacles. With no work, no agent and no real singing career, the Cheetah Girls could definitely use Ganesh’s help.
Help comes in the form of a phone call—the dreamy director, Vik (played by Navid Shirazi, who also stars in the new version of 90210), wants the Cheetah Girls to star in his first Bollywood movie! The girls fly to Mumbai, the movie-making capital of the world to become international stars, but the script only calls for one leading lady! Vik thinks he can rewrite the script to include all three girls, but his producer uncle, who’s paying for the movie, thinks otherwise.
The DVD is jam packed with lots of extra goodies like glitter tattoos, exclusive music videos and some hilarious bloopers that include the Cheetah-licious Slo-Mo Cam, some accidental shoplifting and one declarative cow!
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