En Vogue Performs "Hold On" At Home and Does Interview with Holly Robinson Peete!

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The legendary R&B group En Vogue performed an at-home version of their hit song "Hold On" on YouTube. The group which includes members Terry Ellis, Cindy Herron, and Rhona Bennett (The Jamie Foxx Show) performed for over 3.5 minutes. This year, the group celebrated their 30th anniversary and were on the road touring for much of it before the sheltering-in-place rule took effect. 

Many fans noticed the absence of two of the original former group members Dawn Robinson and Maxine Jones. In a 2012 interview with Access Hollywood, the former members said they left the group years ago because they were not happy with the amount of money they were being paid for their first album "Born to Sing" (1990)  and second album "Funky Divas" (1992). "Born to Sing" went platinum and "Funky Divas" went multi-platinum.  

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Last month, En Vogue did an at-home interview with Ellis' long-time friend, actress Holly Robinson Peete. Because Peete recorded the theme song for the 90s TV show "Hangin' with Mr. Cooper" with the group, fans thought she was a part of the singing group. During the interview, the women talked about their life during quarantine, their podcast called "Funky Divas", favorite albums, and more. 

This year, a remastered edition of En Vogue's "Born to Sing" album was released. It contains 9 bonus songs and rare remixes.

We're glad to see En Vogue still doing their thing! Congratulations on your 30th anniversary!💖

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