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Saturday To-Do: The Cheetah Girls

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THE CHEETAH GIRLS
4 p.m., Alltel Arena. $33.25-$43.25.

Grown concertgoers will always have something to bitch about. Why didn't we get the Police? Where's Tom Petty? But tweens in Central Arkansas don't have any room to complain. In the last two years, they've gotten Raven Symone, the Jonas Brothers twice, Hannah Montana and now, for the second time, the Cheetah Girls. (Pity the parent who's seen all those.) While not quite as huge as Hannah or the Jonases, the Cheetah Girls still sit on a rarefied perch in the Disney Empire. More than six million viewers tuned in to see the girls latest TV movie, “The Cheetah Girls: One World,” a Bollywood-esque musical that, like the Cheetah Girls' books that inspired the movies that led to the soundtracks, teaches the value of friendship, self-respect and elaborately choreographed dancing. Ex-pect more of the same from the Cheetah Girls onstage.

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