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Which TV-Made Girl Group Is the Best? Vote!

Fifth Harmony perform on The X Factor on Nov. 14, 2012 in Hollywood, Calif.
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Fifth Harmony perform on The X Factor on Nov. 14, 2012 in Hollywood, Calif. 

From The Supremes of the 1960s to current Billboard cover stars Fifth Harmony, girl groups have been thriving for decades. And the advent of music reality shows at the turn of the century really made for a new breeding ground of talented ladies looking for their musical mates.

In 2005, Danity Kane was created on MTV's Making the Band 3 before coming out with their debut album the following year. In similar fashion, after finishing third place on The X Factor in 2012, Fifth Harmony signed a joint deal with Simon Cowell and L.A Reid. There are also a few K-pop girl groups who began their careers on reality shows, including Twice's formation on the show Sixteen.

In an ode to TV-created girl groups, vote for your favorite below!

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