TLC is making a comeback as they plan to release their first new album in 10 years after the death of former member Lisa “Left Eye” Lopes.
It has been an entire decade since the former TLC member died in a car accident in Honduras and the remaining members of the group are finally ready to pick up where the three of them left off.
Chilli and T-Boz, whose real names are Rozonda Thomas and Tionne Watkins, made the shocking announcement at the MOBO Awards in Liverpool, England last weekend.
In addition to working on new music for the first TLC album in 10 years, the surviving members of the group also announced that they will be working on a biopic with VH1 which they will executive produce.
Of course, fans can’t help but wonder what the “new” TLC will be like 10 years later. T-Boz took the time to assure the public that they will still be the same group they were years ago, but they will evolve and grow where they see necessary.
“We’re going to sound like TLC, evolving to whatever level we need to be at this time,” the 42-year-old crooner promised. “We’ve always grown throughout the years and have always had our own sound. That’s what works for us and we don’t have to worry about anybody else.”
The ladies also revealed that they will be going on tour, although it isn’t clear yet if the tour will consist only of the groups classic hits like “No Scrubs” and “Waterfalls” of if some of their new music will be throw into the mix as well.
One thing that has been confirmed, however, is Left-Eye’s last appearance on stage.
While some sources claim she will make her appearance through photos playing in the background, others promise that there will be a Left-Eye hologram similar to the Tupac hologram that made a special appearance at the Coachella Festival.
Despite the fact that none of the ladies have produced any new albums in such a long period of time, TLC still remains the second-best selling girl group of all time. The Spice Girls are still holding on to their number one spot.