Before she was a Cheetah Girl, Adrienne Bailon was turning relationship drama into c'est la vie-style pop music with '90s girl group 3LW. The singer-turn-talk show host turns 32 years old today (Oct. 24).

3LW three biggest singles are the fed-up "No More (Baby I'ma Do Right)," the frank "Playas Gon' Play" and the Diddy-featuring "I Do (Wanna Get Close to You)." The trio's first album went platinum, but the girls eventually split due to infighting.

Bailon caught a second wind thanks to the Disney Channel's The Cheetah Girls, which featured Kiely Williams, Raven-Symoné and Sabrina Bryan. The first two movies were hits, but the group filmed the third and final movie with Raven's helped. The Cheetah Girls were also a touring group, but it disbanded by 2008.

Bailon never released a solo album and she revealed on The Real - her talk show she hosts with Jeannie Mai, Loni Love, and Tamera Mowry - that it's partly because she didn't like the sound of her own voice. It's unfortunate because she has a sweet voice, but for now, Bailon is a daytime talk show star.

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