‘Fine China’: Tiny Harris’ Photo With Xscape Group Mate LaTocha Leaves Fans Gawking

Tiny Harris is leaving fans in a daze with her stunning appearance.

The 44-year-old singer and her group mate LaTocha Scott from ’90s girl group Xscape took Instagram by storm last Friday with a gorgeous pic Harris shared. The two ladies were spotted out together in Atlanta and both looked strikingly beautiful.

IG followers ogled Scott’s trendy green and white Puma tracksuit, her flawless makeup and her “slayed” tresses. Harris, however, apparently stole the spotlight with her gray and blue mane and her glam makeup guise. She wore a light green snakeskin-patterned blouse, curve-hugging jeans and black sneakers.

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Tiny Harris (left) and LaTocha Scott (right). @majorgirl/Instagram

Racking up over 100,000 hearts, Harris added in her caption, “I hear magic happens when the two of us get together but @iamlatocha where would the Ateam be with out the BTeam.. @kandi & @therealtamikascott couldn’t have done it without y’all. 🙏🏽👑”

Fans instantly flooded the mother of four’s post with a shower of compliments.

“Beautifull photobomb Gorgeouss 📀😘😘💞 y’all look like fine china. One of the greatest girl group ever 🙌”

“Fuchem up then y’all yasss 😍 Tiny Love this Color on u. Her hair is everything 🔥”

“Look At My Ladies! Love Y’all❤ @majorgirl youve got the most magic though fave 💜✨”

“Y’all look 10 years younger ❌🧢 looking good. I hope xscape is giving us another album!!!!!”

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(From left) Kandi Burruss, LaTocha Scott, Tameka Cottle and Tamika Scott of Xscape visit Music Choice on Sept. 12, 2018, in New York City. (Photo: Santiago Felipe/Getty Images)

As a matter of fact, Harris, Scott, and the other two Xscape members Tamika Scott and Kandi Burruss recently indicated they’re doing one more album together.

During the 2019 Black Music Honors in September, Burruss’ mom, Mama Joyce, whom fans will recognize from “The Real Housewives of Atlanta,” spilled the beans and acclaimed that the platinum-selling R&B quartet is not through recording just yet.

“They still have one album left,” Joyce said during the group’s acceptance speech, after being granted the Urban Music Icon Award. “The four of them, they started in my basement and I feel that they still have another album in them.”

Harris seemingly confirmed the group’s project to Atlanta Black Star on Sept. 5, saying, “Yeah, when everybody schedule get together we gon’ get in that studio.”

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