IN JANUARY of this year, Chelsea Greene left home in Alhaurin El Grande and went to the UK to a nationwide audition for a new girlband.
She found out that The ‘Office Girls UK’ was being promoted by Ellis Rich OBE, the former boss of Simon Cowell who previously owned the biggest music publisher company in Europe. His partner, Marvin Howell, had promoted the likes of Britney Spears, Christina Aguilera, Blondie, Lady Gaga, Celine Dion, and Enrique Iglesias so she knew this could be her big opportunity.
The management told her they loved her but they already had chosen all the girls. She was bitterly disappointed as this could have been her major break so she then accepted the leading role in a musical revue at the Medplaya Hotels in Spain.
In August, Chelsea received an email from Ellis and Marvin telling her that one of the girls had left and could she fly back immediately to the UK and replace her.
Luckily, the management in Spain were delighted for her and agreed to release her.
Within two days of joining the Office Girls they were performing at the YouTube Convention at the Excel Centre promoting their recently released single ‘Dirty Work’.
The response was unbelievable and within days they had 25,000 views. They continued the promotion with flash mobs at Liverpool Street Station, Compton Street, Carnaby Street and the Notting Hill Carnival. They were going from strength to strength. They worked tirelessly. They needed a massive following on social media to persuade a record company to take them on.
It was all happening and then disaster struck.
Their social media accounts were blocked by a cyber-attack on the day of the release of their first single, ‘Dirty Work’. The investigating police described the incident as a “hate crime”.
This resulted in the band not being able to gain access to their Twitter accounts, including their own YouTube video of ‘Dirty Work’.
They were devastated. All the followers on their Twitter accounts, such as Perez Hilton, Labyrinth and Alan Carr, were lost.
The bands members, Chelsea Greene (Miss Nova), Radha Patel, (Miss Mocha), Shereece Foster (Miss Vixen), Michelle Grimes (Miss Bombshell), Kortni Turner (Miss Dime Diva) have not let the hacking unnerve them.
What makes this girlband different is that they are the ‘real deal’. They have previously worked in an office environment so can relate to female issues and harassment in the workplace. One of the songs Kortni has written is called ‘Tattoo, Touchy, Feely’ which addresses this issue.
The Office Girls UK have come fighting back and now have all their accounts up and running again. But, they are desperate for more followers to make their dream come true.
Fans have described them as being the new Spice Girls. They stand for Women’s Rights and equality in the workplace.
Chelsea was educated at St Anthony’s International College, Mijas, after being home-schooled by her entertainer parents. They had travelled the world and Chelsea was known as the ‘World’s Youngest Singing Baby’ before settling down in Alhaurin El Grande, Spain.
She attended the International Theatre School and starred at the Salon Varietes Theatre as Sarah Brown in ‘Guys & Dolls’ and played the lead as ‘Cinderella’ in Pantomime.
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