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The are the biggest selling girl group of all time with over 85 million records sold.

A is a act featuring several female singers who generally together. Girl groups have been popular at least since the heyday of the beginning in the 1930s, but the term "girl group" also denotes the wave of American female pop singing groups who flourished in the late 1950s and early 1960s between the and the, many of whom were influenced by style. This article covers only girl groups from that era and later.

Sales figures records in most countries are not available before the 1990s, so it is difficult to accurately determine best-selling records, either by country or worldwide. Certification levels have been used for most countries, but certification was not common until the 1970s in the US and UK, and later in other countries. In addition, in many countries certification is for shipments of a record to retailers, rather than actual sales. Complicating matters further are the changes from 2010 onwards as certifications have become based on a combined figure of sales and streaming, instead of sales alone.

As a result, these tables should not be considered definitive lists of the best-selling records by girl groups in each country.

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Best-selling girl groups worldwide[]

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Groups with claimed total record sales of more than 20 million.

Notes:

  1. Accurate total sales of the Supremes records are unknown – estimates range from 20 million records up to 100 million records.

Best-selling girl group singles[]

Worldwide[]

It is extremely difficult to obtain worldwide sales figures for singles due to the lack of verifiable sales reporting in many countries. The best-selling single of all time by a female group is thought to be the 1996 hit "" by British group, with estimated sales of 8 million copies worldwide.

Other best-selling singles worldwide by girl groups include "" by (7 million), and "" by (6 million).

Australia[]

Singles certified platinum or more by the (ARIA). Only includes certifications since 1989, when ARIA took over compiling the Australian charts. From November 2014 onwards paid-for audio streams were included in the Australian singles chart and counted towards sales and certifications.

Certifications based on sales only

Certifications based on sales + on-demand digital streaming

France[]

The biggest-selling single in France by a girl group is believed to be "" by Spanish girl group, with estimated sales of 1,750,000.

Singles certified diamond (750,000 sales) based on sales only

Singles certified gold (250,000 sales) based on sales only

Certifications based on sales + on-demand digital streaming

Released Single Group Certification Sales + streaming
(Based on certifications) 2016 "" featuring Diamond 250,000

Germany[]

Certifications based on sales only

Certifications based on sales + on-demand digital streaming

Released Single Group Certification Sales + streaming
(Based on certifications) 2016 "" featuring Platinum 400,000
  • Note: Certification levels in Germany have changed several times over the years – the certification level for a gold single was 250,000 until the end of 2002, 150,000 between 2003 and mid-2014, and 200,000 from mid-2014 onwards. These different levels are reflected in the table above.
  • From January 2014 onwards, paid-for audio streams were included in the German singles chart and counted towards sales and certifications.

Japan[]

The ten biggest-selling girl group singles in Japan based on total sales (May 2018):

  • From January 2014, RIAJ changed calculation method for Detailed Sales and the Gold Record.

New Zealand[]

Singles certified platinum or more by. Since November 2014 certifications for singles have included streaming, and therefore cannot be compared to certifications from before this date.

Certifications based on sales only

Certifications based on sales + on-demand digital streaming

South Korea[]

The ten biggest-selling girl group singles in South Korea based on total sales:

Released Single Group Sales 2011 "" 4,826,000+ 2009 "" 4,500,000 2011 "" 4,168,000+ 2011 "" 4,007,555+ 2009 "" 4,000,000+ 2011 "" 3,928,000 2012 "" T-ara 3,759,000 2011 "" T-ara 3,756,000 2011 "" 2NE1 3,700,000 2011 "" 3,623,000

Sweden[]

There were few certifications awarded in Sweden before 1996, so singles before this date are not represented in this list. There have been three different certification levels since 1996: from 1996 to June 2003 the gold/platinum levels for singles were 15,000/30,000, from July 2003 to September 2010 the levels were 10,000/20,000, and from October 2010 onwards, when streaming was included in the certification levels, the levels have been 20,000/40,000. The tables below reflect these changes in certification levels.

Certifications based on sales only

Certifications based on sales + on-demand digital streaming

Switzerland[]

Released Single Group Sales 2002 "" 40,000 1996 "" 25,000 1998 "" 25,000 2001 "" 25,000 2001 "" 20,000 2004 "" 20,000 2005 "" 20,000

United Kingdom[]

Since July 2014, certifications have included paid-for audio streams so they cannot be compared to sales-only certifications before this date. The ten biggest-selling girl group singles in the United Kingdom:

Physical and digital sales only (before July 2014)

Released Single Group Sales 1996 "" 1,385,211 1997 "" 1,363,504 1996 "" Spice Girls 1,140,000 2001 "" 1,021,465 1996 "" Spice Girls 961,000 1998 "" 925,000 1998 "" Spice Girls 896,000 1997 "" 887,000 2000 "" All Saints 815,000 1997 ""/"" Spice Girls 732,000

Physical and digital sales + on-demand digital streaming (after July 2014)

United States[]

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Sales figures of records in the US were not tracked accurately until May 1991, when started recording sales of singles and albums electronically at point of sale, rather than relying on figures provided to them by record store staff. As a result there are no reliable sales figures available before this date, and therefore it is not possible to rank the best-selling singles by girl groups in the US in sales order.

Since 2013 certifications have included legal on-demand digital streams – separate figures for the pure sales component of singles released after 2013 are not available so they cannot be compared to sales-only certifications before this date.

Certifications based on sales only

RIAA sales certifications began in the US in 1958 – there are very few records with certifications before this date. Until 1988 a million-seller received a gold certification (and a two million-seller received a platinum certification). From 1989 onwards the levels were revised so that a million-seller received a platinum certification instead, with multi-platinum awards for multiple million sales. However, these pre- and post-1989 certification levels are not currently reflected in the RIAA database.

The following singles have been certified by RIAA as selling one million copies or more in the US.

Released Single Group Sales (where known) 1961 "" 1964 "" "" 1965 "" "" The Marvelettes 1969 "" and the Supremes 1974 "" 2,000,000 1975 "" "" 1976 "" 1977 "" 1,800,000 "" 1979 "You Gonna Make Me Love Somebody Else" "" "" 1980 "" "" The Pointer Sisters 1981 "" 1982 "" 1986 "" 1987 "" 1989 "" 1990 "" 1992 "" "" 1993 "" "" "" Salt-n-Pepa with En Vogue 1994 "" 1995 "" TLC 1,400,000 "" 1,200,000 1996 "" 2,910,000 1997 "" En Vogue 1,300,000 "" Changing Faces 1,200,000 1998 "" 1,300,000 "" 1,100,000 2004 "" Destiny's Child 2005 "" featuring "" The Pussycat Dolls 2006 "" The Pussycat Dolls featuring "" Destiny's Child 2008 "" "" The Pussycat Dolls

In addition, the following singles have been stated as selling one million copies or more in the US – however, they have not been certified by the RIAA.

Certifications based on sales + on-demand digital streaming

Best-selling girl group albums[]

Worldwide[]

The ten biggest-selling girl group albums worldwide:

Australia[]

Albums certified platinum or more by. Only includes certifications since 1997.

Brazil[]

Certifications according to. Some of the certification thresholds have changed depending on the amount of sales sold. Check the ABPD for more certifications.

Released Album Group Certification Sales
(Based on
certifications) 2002 2× Platinum 2,000,000 2003 Platinum 1,000,000 1996 2× Platinum 500,000 1997 Platinum 250,000 2004 Rouge Gold 135,000 2015 3× Platinum 120,000 2016 2000 Spice Girls Gold 100,000 2001 50,000 2006 25,000

Canada[]

Certifications according to.

Europe[]

Albums certified platinum or more for more than one million sales in Europe, according to the.

Note: the IFPI Europe Platinum Award was only created in 1996, therefore there are few albums on this list from before that date. No awards are publicly available after 2014.

Released Album Group Certification Sales
(Based on
certifications) 1996 8× Platinum 8,000,000 1997 5× Platinum 5,000,000 2× Platinum 2,000,000 1999 2001 2005 1994 Platinum 1,000,000 1996 1997 Klappe die 2te 2001 2002

Germany[]

Certifications according to the.

The were Germany's biggest girl group and have the best selling album by a girl group of all time there. Released Album Artist Sales
(Based on
certifications) 2001 7× Gold 1,050,000 1996 3× Gold 750,000 2002 2× Platinum 600,000 1997 Platinum 500,000 2006 2× Platinum 400,000 2004 Platinum 200,000 2001 Platinum 300,000 1999 Gold 250,000 2005 Platinum 200,000 2001 Gold 150,000

Japan[]

Sales according to Oricon and Platinum certifications according to the. The ten biggest-selling girl group albums in Japan:

Released Album Group Sales Certification 1998 2,319,000 Million 2001 2,260,000 Million 1998 Speed 2,048,000 Million 2002 2,000,000 Million 1997 Speed 1,926,000 Million 2012 1,051,000 Million 2014 1,001,000 Million 2011 901,097 Million 2000 Morning Musume 863,300 Million 2011 AKB48 829,645 Million

Netherlands[]

Certifications according to the.

Released Album Group Certification Sales
(Based on
certifications) 1996 3× Platinum 300,000 1999 2× Platinum 200,000 2009 4× Platinum 200,000 2001 Destiny's Child 2× Platinum 160,000 1978 Platinum 100,000 1979 1978 1997 Spice Girls 1999 1979 Luv' Gold 50,000

South Korea[]

Sales according to and the Recording Industry Association of Korea. The ten biggest-selling girl group albums in South Korea:

Released Album Group Sales 1968 My Dear 1,000,000+ 1999 760,475 2016 733,188 1998 S.E.S. 651,330 1997 S.E.S. 650,000 2017 TWICE 634,851 2000 S.E.S. 626,565+ 1999 White 593,816 2017 TWICE 556,650 2011 464,736

Switzerland[]

Certifications according to the.

Album Group Sales
(Based on
certifications) Certification Year 100,000 2× Platinum 1996 1997 50,000 Platinum 2000 1997 40,000 2001 30,000 2006 Destiny's Child 25,000 Gold 1999 No Angels 20,000 2002

Taiwan[]

Released Album Group Sales 2003 300,000+ 2002 S.H.E 300,000+ 2003 S.H.E. 280,000 2002 S.H.E. 280,000+ 2004 S.H.E. 280,000 1996 225,000+ 2004 S.H.E 180,000

United Kingdom[]

Albums certified triple platinum or more by the.

United States[]

Albums certified platinum or more by the. The sales figures shown for the quadruple and triple platinum albums are sales recorded by plus known sales from BMG's Music Club. These do not represent the total sales of the album in the US as they exclude unknown sales figures from and other music clubs.

Released Album Group Certification Known sales 1994 11× Platinum 11,200,000 1999 8× Platinum 8,400,000 1996 7× Platinum 7,500,000 1999 TLC 6× Platinum 4,700,000 1990 5× Platinum 1993 4,400,000 2001 Destiny's Child 4× Platinum 4,739,000 2001 Spice Girls 4,100,000 1992 TLC 2,500,000 1983 Break Out 3× Platinum 1992

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