No Atlanta act bookended the decade better than TLC. Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins, Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, and Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas burst onto the scene with their DayGlo fashions and a 1992 debut, "Ooooooohhh... On the TLC Tip."
TLC haven’t released a new studio album since 2002’s 3D, and after the death of member Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes that same year, it seemed likely they never would. Since then, the group’s surviving members, T-Boz and Chilli, have made a slow comeback with a feature on J. Show More Summary
Turns out there are some people Azealia Banks likes — people like Lil' Kim, Missy Elliott, Janet Jackson, and Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes, all of whom get visual shout-outs in Banks's new "Chasing Time" video. It's like "The Evolution of Dance," except she probably won't perform it at schools.... More »
Back in the day, I was a huge TLC fan (and I know you were, too). In fact, when I was in middle school I performed “Ain’t Too Proud to Beg” (as Left Eye) in a talent show with two … More » The post Remembering Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes in CrazySexyCool appeared first on EveryJoe.
TLC has officially stated that they will not use a Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes hologram during their reunion tour next year. Thank you, TLC. Seriously. If the Tupac Coachella appearance of 2012 has taught us anything it's that using holograms of deceased musicians is creepy and disrespectful and weird. Show More Summary
Lil Mama Performs With TLC At The American Music Awards Still riding high off her rave reviews for her portrayal of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes in the TLC biopic, Lil Mama took to the stage with Chilli and T-Boz during
One of the most memorable performances of this year's American Music Awards came from iconic '90s girl band TLC, despite the fact that original member Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes passed away in 2002. In her place was Lil Mama, who also played her in last month's VH1 biopic about the girls. Show More Summary
Reigndrop, the younger sister of Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes, is speaking out about the drama surrounding TLC’s recent VH1 biopic which aired earlier this week. [RECAP: 'CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story' Fact? Fiction? Or Shades of Gray? (WATCH...Show More Summary
TLC‘s superstardom was pretty transparent — or so we thought. The Atlanta-based trio’s story came to a screeching halt when they lost the “L” in their moniker upon the passing of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes in 2002. It’s been 11 years since then, and when rumblings that a TLC biopic was in the works emerged... More »
From emerging onto the scene in the 1990?s on to becoming one of the most successful female groups in history, to bankruptcy and the untimely death of Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes, most are already familiar with the major plot
VH1 spoke to the musician about her breakthrough performance as Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes and the legacy of TLC.
There are some people who will never, ever see it for Lil Mama, let alone the idea of her stepping on stage in place of the late Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes alongside Chilli and T-Boz. More »
They’re baaaaack! While we had a pretty good idea their upcoming greatest hits album would feature new music, TLC confirmed during a press conference earlier today that they are indeed hitting the music scene with some new choons! The ladies even spilled on some of the deets — set to drop October 15th, the album will consist [...]
Remember when TLC went on a nationwide search to replace the late-rapper Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes? If you don’t remember it, we can’t really blame you. We turned a blind eye to the reality show, and chalked it up to tough financial problems for the remaining two members of the R&B group. Show More Summary
So many goosebumps. VH1’s latest original movie CrazySexyCool takes us back to TLC’s glory days — before the horrible loss of the one and only Lisa Left Eye Lopes. Set to air on the cable channel this October, the flick — starring Lil Mama, Keke Palmer, and Drew Sidora — centers on the trio’s music and their [...]
See Keke Palmer as Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas, Lil Mama as Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes and Drew Sidora as Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins in VH1's "CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story."
TLC have apologized for replacing Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes’ “Waterfalls” verse on an upcoming 20th anniversary release. Via The Line of Best Fit: T-Boz and Chili have spoken to celeb site TMZ, saying: ”We were forced to use a creative way...Show More Summary
This isn't CrazySexyCool at all!! When TLC unleashed a 20th anniversary edition of Waterfalls last month, they had no idea what they were in store for! The hit single's re-recording was critically panned because the band replaced the late Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes' rap verse one with one from Japanese pop star Namie Amuro!! Even worse, they angered [...]
TLC says their re-make of 'Waterfalls' with a Japanese pop-star was NOT a slap in the face to Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes -- in fact, they claim they weren't allowed to use Lisa's rap, because they don't own the rights. TMZ broke the story, Lisa's family…