The cast of VH1's upcoming TLC biopic joined the original TLC members, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas, for the premiere of the VH1 original movie "CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story", held at the AMC Loews Lincoln Square Theatre in NYC on Tuesday.

Pictured above are L-R: Rozonda 'Chilli' Thomas, Drew Sidora, Lil Mama, Keke Palmer and Tionne 'T-Boz' Watkins. Rapper Lil Mama plays the late Lisa "left Eye" Lopes, Drew Sidora plays T-Boz, and KeKe Palmer plays the role of Chilli in the much-anticiapted TV movie.
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TLC Meant To Be

The surviving 2 members of TLC just released a new track off their upcoming retrospective album, 20. The uptempo track is entitled "Meant To Be", and features T-Boz and Chilli straining on vocals. The new album, which drops on October 15, celebrates TLC's 20 years in the music business and features TLC's greatest hits.

The album is set to coincide with the TLC biopic "CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story", which premieres on October 21 on VH1.

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By now you've seen the amateurish looking trailer for the upcoming TLC biopic "CrazySexyCool". The made-for-TV movie stars KeKe Palmer (as Chilli), Drew Sidora (as T-Boz) and Lil Mama as the late Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes. Like all the previous attempts to help the surviving members of TLC stay relevant, this too shall pass.

The truth is Left Eye was the spark that gave TLC life. Once Left Eye died, TLC died with her. Lil Mama as Left Eye is an insult. No wonder the Lopes family didn't sign on for this project.

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TLC member Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and WVEE (V-103) Morning Show host Frank Ski celebrated their birthdays with friends and family at Havana nightclub last night. T-Boz's groupmate Chilli, who currently stars on her own reality TV show, was there along with music mogul Devyne Stephens, and other local Atlanta celebs and execs.


Frank Ski's custom cake was in the shape of the tools of his trade: a microphone and a set of headphones

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Aren't you excited?!

TLC, the record-breaking, four-time R&B Grammy winners who were a mainstay on the Billboard charts in the 1990s, are set to play a show on U.S. soil for the first time in seven years – as part of a benefit concert hosted by Justin Timberlake.

Playing the "Justin Timberlake and Friends" concert, Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas, the two remaining members of TLC – Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes was killed in a 2002 car accident – will play Las Vegas's Mandalay Bay Events Center on Oct. 17. Read more...