Chelsea Korka (born June 10, 1986) is an American singer, dancer, and former beauty pageant queen.
She was a member of Pussycat Dolls' European spin-off group The Paradiso Girls.
Still dressed in her uniform (she was at work prior to meeting her friends), Korka went to Ball Harbor in Miami and successfully auditioned for the show.
During the semi-finals she got sick but was still allowed to continue in the competition as Robin Antin deemed her the girl with the most potential.
If it's how we dance, sing, personality, or whatever it is, we are all different and it is very exciting! Think that's a veiled shot at the head Pussycat Doll, Nicole Scherzinger?
Korka didn't elaborate, but she did say fans can look forward to hearing more from The Paradiso Girls soon: "Everyone has to keep their eyes and ears open for us.
Together with Robin Antin, Martin Kierszenbaum and will.i.am, The group, cut down to a quartet was then featured in a remix of "I Got It from My Mama" by will.
However, following their appearances on Antin's Pussycat Dolls Present: The Search for the Next Doll, Chelsea Korka, Mariela Arteaga, Brittany Diiorio, Sisely Treasure and Rashon Graves a dancer from New Jersey were also added to the line-up, as seen on rehearsals videos.
The second-runner up from the aforementioned show may not be joining The Pussycat Dolls, either, but she is part of a new group created by Robin Antin, the founder of those famous Dolls.
But Chelsea Korka has a message for readers: Don't forget about me!
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