TLC reunion tour plans revealed on 10th anniversary of Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes’ death

The R'n'B band have already booked shows in five US cities, according to reports

TLC will be touring North America later this year, according to reports.

TMZ writes that the R&B band’s agent has told them that the band’s surviving members, Tionne ‘T-Boz’ Watkins and Rozonda ‘Chilli’ Thomas, are currently planning a reunion tour.

The news comes on the 10th anniversary of the death of Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes. The band apparently plan to incorporate Lopes’ vocals into the live shows and will be projecting her image on a big screen. So far five cities have been booked and there are plans for further concerts across the US.


Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes died at the age of 30 in a car accident on April 25, 2002 in Honduras. A documentary about the last few days of her life, The Last Days of Left Eye, was made in 2007 and featured footage of the fatal accident.

TLC released their fourth album, ‘3D’ in 2002, six months after the death of Lopes. The group have been on hiatus ever since. The band are the second biggest selling girl group of all time, behind The Spice Girls.


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