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Established: Formed from the first season of the ABC reality TV series Making The Band in 2000. 

Members: Jacob Underwood, Ashley Parker Angel, Erik-Michael Estrada, Trevor Penick. Ikaika Kahoano was an original member, but left the group and was replaced by Dan Miller. 

Biggest hits: "Liquid Dreams," "All or Nothing," "We Fit Together" and "These Are the Days."

Fun fact: The group was originally managed by Lou Pearlman, who also takes credit for playing a role in the success of the Backstreet Boys and *N SYNC.

Trademark style: T-shirts and jeans. 

Best lyric: Angelina Jolie's lips to kiss in the dark / Underneath Cindy C.'s beauty mark / When it comes to the test well Tyra's the best / And Salma Hayek brings the rest" — "Liquid Dreams"

Where they are today: Like many of their boy band predecessors, the group split up in 2003 to pursue solo careers. Ashley had a reality show on MTV called There and Back and a solo album. He also appeared on Broadway in Hairspray. Erik-Michael joined the Army.