En Vogue play first UK show in 18 years

Divas play London's IndigO2 venue

En Vogue play first UK show in 18 years

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En Vogue played their first UK gig in 18 years last night (October 21) at London's IndigO2 venue.

The all-female R&B group played an 11-song set that included a medley featuring Stax and Motown classics 'Respect' and 'I Heard It Through The Grapevine' as well as Cheryl Lynn's 1978 disco favourite 'Got To Be Real'.

Wearing silvery and black sparkly outfits, they also played a version of 'Don't Mess With My Man' by Lucy Pearl, the band En Vogue's Dawn Robinson used to be in.

Scroll down and click below to watch fan footage of the show.

En Vogue played:

'Love Don't Love You'
'No, No, No Can't Come Back'
'My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It)'
'You Don't Have To Worry'/'Lies'/'Riddle' Medley
'Got To Be Real/'Rollin''/'I Heard It Through The Grapevine'/'Respect' (medley)
'Giving Him Something'
'Whatta Man'
'Don't Mess With My Man' ('diva remix' of Lucy Pearl original)
'Free Your Mind'
'Don't Let Go (Love)'
'Hold On (Reprise)'



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