The Church of Scientology Had Their Own Teen Pop Band - 2014-04-29

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F0.png The Church of Scientology Had Their Own Teen Pop Band April 29, 2014, Jamie Lee Curtis Taete, Vice News

For 20 years, the Church of Scientology's Celebrity Center in Hollywood, California, had its own all-singing, all-dancing children's pop group called Kids on Stage for a Better World.

The group existed with a revolving cast of members from 1992 to 2012. Obviously their videos are quite old now, and I'm not their target demographic, so it's difficult for me to judge whether or not they were on-trend at the time—but like all things created by a religion and aimed at young people, they appear to be almost overwhelmingly uncool.

The group's matching outfits, choreographed dance routines, and wholesome rap breakdowns seem to be the work of adults trying to emulate inoffensive, family-friendly (i.e., boring) kids' stuff like High School Musical and the Mickey Mouse Club.

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{{cite news | first = Jamie Lee Curtis | last = Taete | title = The Church of Scientology Had Their Own Teen Pop Band | url = https://www.vice.com/en_ca/article/wd4x9y/the-church-of-scientology-had-their-own-teen-pop-band-and-they-were-amazing | work = Vice News | date = April 29, 2014 | accessdate = May 22, 2019 }}