Charli XCX Puts Together All-Girl Rock Band in New Netflix Documentary

Executively produced by the 'Boom Clap' singer, 'I'm with the Band: Nasty Cherry' will follow Chloe Chaidez, Debbie Knox-Hewson, Georgia Somary and Gabbriette Bechtel as they form the group.

AceShowbiz - Charli XCX is to front a new Netflix documentary series about the all-girl rock band she has put together.

The "Boom Clap" singer's new show "I'm with the Band: Nasty Cherry" will document how she put her group, Nasty Cherry, together from pals and social media acquaintances earlier this year and signed them to her own Vroom Vroom record label.

The band is made up of London and Southern California natives Chloe Chaidez, drummer Debbie Knox-Hewson, bassist Georgia Somary and singer Gabbriette Bechtel.

Speaking about her hopes for the group to Rolling Stone, earlier this year, Charli said: "My vision is that they become the biggest band in the world, a band I would have wanted to listen to and have been inspired by when I was 15."

The 27-year-old singer is not an official member of the group, instead acting as their Svengali and helping them out behind the scenes.

The six-episode series, which drops on Netflix on 15 November, will document the band's "origin story" and is billed as an "intimate look" into what it takes to make it as an alternative pop group.

Charli is also acting as an executive producer on the streaming show. A trailer for the series dropped on YouTube on Tuesday, October 22.

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