whether we show a collage of pictures or a video of her talking, you totally feel her somehow.
She still sings her own parts, and even though she’s not standing there physically, you still hear her, still rocking out to her, you still see her on the screen. Coming out with an album 15 years later is almost crazy …
In addition to that, they also shared that they are currently at work bringing their story to the big stage.
Last week, TLC member Rozonda 'Chilli' Thomas posted an Instagram photo of herself alongside her alleged new younger boyfriend Brad James.
"Silly with abs," Thomas captioned the photo of herself and James flaunting their chiseled stomachs.
James is reportedly seven years younger than Thomas.
Bossip has confirmed that Thomas and James are an item and have been dating for the past six months.
“I Love the ’90s: The Party Continues” hits the fair on August 25 featuring headlining act TLC, the best-selling American girl group of all time.
Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins (pictured above left) spoke with The Reporter in advance of the show.
In her 1999 book, , on page 97, Tionne refers to “Dad’s Native American mother, Annie Watkins.” It is not clear if Tionne’s Native American and/or Irish ancestry have been verified/documented.
A picture of Tionne’s paternal grandmother Annie can be seen here. Tionne’s middle name, Tenese, is the Chickasaw Native American version of Tennessee.
"I did [a cameo] for Kandi [Burruss] one time," T-Boz said, before adding, "This is the thing: I don't play like that. Like, I don't do that." "And I wouldn't be able to bail her out because I would be right there with her," Chilli joked.