Popstars was a Mexican reality television series based on the Popstars international series. In Mexico, Popstars was broadcast on the Mexican Televisa channel in 2002. The program was discontinued after one season. In the only season of the show, candidates competed for a place in a Mexican girl pop group. The five finalists that won were Mary Betty, Christian, Lorena, Ana Brenda and Nancy. They became members of the winning girl band T' De Tila. The band had a brief success with the single "Dejarte Ir". They followed it up with a studio album T' De Tila released on 13 October 2002 that included hits like "Tomate" and "Aqui estoy" in addition to "Dejarte ir". the songs of the album were written by Áureo Baqueiro, Aleks Syntek, Mario Domm and others. Faced with mediocre reception, the group disbanded within a few months without much success. After break-up, Christian continued with a singing career in the States, María León became a vocalist of Playa Limbo, Ana Brenda Contreras branched into acting on television notably in the TV series Teresa, whereas Lorena Fajardo immigrated to Sweden marrying there and continuing her career there.