Girlfriend was a five-girl pop group from Australia, formed in the early 1990s. Their debut album Make It Come True was released in 1992 and became a major hit in Australia with hit songs such as Take It From Me and Without You. After the departure of member Robyn Loau, the group changed its name to GF4.
Girlfriend is the third album by Matthew Sweet, his most commercially and critically successful album to date. The cover features a photograph of actress Tuesday Weld from the late 1950s. Originally called Nothing Lasts, the album was retitled following objections to the title from Weld.
"Girlfriend" was the fifth and last single to be released by singer Michael Jackson from his hugely-successful album, Off the Wall in 1980. The single was only released in the UK, where it performed rather poorly, just managing to enter the top 50 at #41 and falling out of the top 100 completely after five weeks.
"Girlfriend" is a 2006 single from the British rock band The Darkness from their second album One Way Ticket to Hell...And Back. Released on 22 May 2006, it was the third single from the album.
Girlfriend (feat. Nelly) is one of a few of 'N Sync's hip-hop influenced songs. Released in 2002, it was the third single from the album Celebrity.
Girlfriend has been announced as the first single to be released from Avril Lavigne's upcoming third album The Best Damn Thing. The song is described by Avril herself as being "fun, fast, hard, cocky and playful" and was produced by Lukasz "Dr. Luke" Gottwald.