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Good news, Xscape fans: your favorite girl group will stay together to record one final album. The news comes just days after Tameka "Tiny" Harris announced she was departing the group to go solo.

Kandi Burruss' mom, Mama Joyce shared the news with her followers on Instagram.com.

"They still have one album left. The four of them, they started in my basement and I feel that they still have another album in them."

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Kandi said she was caught off guard by her mother's announcement.

The Real Housewives of Atlanta star said:

"Obviously she put us on the spot but, I mean. I guess we gon' grant her her wish. I didn't know what to say but at the same time, she put it out there, my group members are here. We gon' make it happen. We gon' figure it out."

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Tameka added, "Yeah, when everybody schedule get together we gon' get in that studio."

Tameka is booked to perform solo at nightclubs and lounges around Atlanta. She shocked fans by saying she was going solo after 26 years with the Atlanta based group.

Xscape burst on the scene in 1993 with hit songs "Just Kickin' It", "Love on My Mind" and "Understanding" off their critically acclaimed debut album, Hummin' Comin' at 'Cha.

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Power couple T.I. and Tameka "Tiny" Harris were among the well-heeled guests attending the 2019 Black Music Honors Awards show at the Cobb Energy Performing Arts Centre in Cobb County, northwest of Atlanta, on Thursday, Sept. 05, 2019.

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Hosts Rickey Smiley and LeToya Luckett-Walker showed off their twerking skills during the 2019 Black Music Honors Awards.

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Iconic R&B group Xscape, (L-R) LaTocha Scott, Tameka "Tiny" Harris, Kandi Burruss and Tamika Scott, performed during the 2019 Black Music Honors Awards. Tameka "Tiny" Harris, 2nd from left, announced her departure from the group to pursue a solo career at age 42. Good for her.

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L-R) R&B singers Tony Terry, Tevin Campbell, Freddie Jackson, and Avery Wilson posed backstage in the press room during the 2019 Black Music Honors.

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Treach stripped off his shirt to give the ladies a thrill during his performance with old skool hip-hop group Naughty By Nature at the 2019 Black Music Honors Awards.

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Speech (brown jacket) posed with his hip-hop collective, Arrested Development at the 2019 Black Music Honors Awards show. Arrested Development is best known for their hit songs "Tennessee", "People Everyday" and "Mr. Wendal". The group won 2 Grammy Awards in 1993 for Best New Artist and Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group.

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(L-R) Quad Webb (Married To Medicine), Rashan Ali (Sister Circle), and Trina Braxton (Braxton Family values) were all smiles at the 2019 Black Music Honors Awards.

Xscape

R&B group Xscape performed live at Atlanta Mayor Keisha Lance Bottoms' Inauguration Ball at Atlanta's City Hall on Tuesday night. The group performed their hit song "Understanding" for the standing room only crowd. Bottoms, a Democrat, defeated Mary Norwood, who ran as an independent, in a very close mayoral race. Norwood conceded defeat 2 weeks ago. Bottoms, 47, is Atlanta's 2nd female mayor.

Watch the video below.

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New Zealanders Celebrate New Year's Eve 2017

Happy New Year from Sandrarose.com! I hope the New Year brings prosperity and continued good health to you, your family and your loved ones! We all accomplished so much in 2017 and the Sandrarose.com family will continue to grow in 2018.

The following are images of your favorite celebrities ringing in the New Year all over the world.

 

 Steve Harvey presides over Keven Undergaro and Maria Menounos wedding ceremony

Steve Harvey, center, helped TV personalities Maria Menounos, right, and Keven Undergaro start the New Year off right by presiding over their wedding ceremony Live from Times Square at Marriott Marquis Times Square on December 31, 2017 in New York City.

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Tameka Tiny Harris

Tameka "Tiny" Harris suffered an embarrassing wardrobe malfunction during a recent Great Exscape Tour date. The 42-year-old mother-of-5 was wearing a sexy sheer, sequined jumpsuit while performing Xscape's hit "Who Can I Run To" -- when the bright spotlight shined on her the moment someone snapped a photo.

Tameka posted the photo on her Instagram account, along with the caption: "In the moment.. excuse the nips... these lights are a fool".

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Xscape Still Kickin

The ratings are in for Bravo's new reality TV series "Xscape: Still Kickin' It", which premiered on Sunday, Nov. 5.

The series follows group members Tamika Scott, 41, Kandi Burruss, 41, LaTocha Scott, 44, and Tameka Harris, 42, as they go on tour after splitting up 18 years ago.

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NeNe Leakes

NeNe Leakes is venting her frustration after missing out on a nice paycheck as opening act for the upcoming Xscape Reunion Tour.

Kandi Burruss, pictured left, and the rest of the group fired the Real Housewives of Atlanta star, pictured right, after she told a heckler that she hoped she was raped by her Uber driver.

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