The Ultra girls appeared at Woodchurch High School on Wednesday 12th January 2011.
They were very well received by the pupils and were also very impressed by the school.
Louis Walsh may have booted them off last year’s X Factor but the Ultra Girls are ready to take on Judge Cheryl Cole in the charts.
The Leeds four-piece appeared on the show as project A and got as far as the judges’ house stage. But, with a new name, they are about to be launched as the next big thing, supporting Tinchy Stryder and notching up an online smash with a Wanted cover.
Band member Lauren Green, 23 said “We left project A behind as we wanted a name that summed up where we are now as well as showing our energy”.
Lauren and the other Ultra girls - Amy Burrow,27, Laura Henderson, 22, and Lucy Graham,21 - are being groomed for stardom by a hefty backstage team with an impressive pedigree.
It includes executive producer Steve Anderson (Kylie, Westlife and Britney) stylist Kenny Ho (Spice girls and Girls Aloud) and song writer Sarah deCourcy (Kylie and Mel C).
The choreographer and Aaron Sillis (Kylie and Cheryl Cole) and Tony Testa ( Lady Gaga, Kylie and Micheal Jackson) .
So it is little wonder hopes are high. Lucy said: “We’re the luckiest girl ground in the world. We can’t pretend we don’t want a No.1 – of course we do.”
For more information on visits to Woodchurch High School and comments from the band and Woodchurch High school pupils.
The girl band which is being launched by Louis Walsh and Kian Egan from ‘Westlife’.
The Ultra Girls will also be appearing at Woodchurch High School in February ‘Wonderland’
The Ultra Girls visit to the school was organised by Mrs C.Hughes Drama Teacher.