TLC Embarks On Monumental 'CrazySexyCool' National Tour | Celebrity Page

TLC isn't sticking to the rivers and the lakes that they're used to... as they embark on an 18-city concert tour!


TLC wants no scrubs!

In today's #SeeHer spotlight, Sonia Isabelle sat down with Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas and Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins to celebrate their huge success in the music industry.

TLC became a duo after Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes sadly passed away in a car crash back in 2002. Nearly 20 years after Left Eye's death, T-Boz and Chilli are still chasing waterfalls and hitting the road to celebrate their sophomore studio album, CrazySexyCool.

"I think it would be just the way she wanted it to be. I mean, she would want us to keep going because like she said: TLC is forever," T-Boz said.

After 27 years, CrazySexyCool has proven to be a timeless classic with hits like "Waterfalls" and "Creep."

"Whether it was our voices, the lyrical content, I think it was a combination of things... I think our dances stood up to the hooks as well."

Just last year, Rolling Stone placed CrazySexyCool in the top half of their 500 Greatest Albums of All Time list.

"I don't even know if there's a word to describe how excited I am. We really love being on stage because that is the time that we can connect with our fans and have fun with them," Chilli said.

Tickets for the Celebration of CrazySexyCool Tour are on sale now! Click here for more details.

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