TLC’s T-Boz And Chilli Admit Why They’ve Constantly Turned Down Roles On ‘Real Housewives Of Atlanta’
There’s no denying that iconic 90’s group TLC are pioneers in the music industry. Their seamless blend of hip hop and R&B provided the framework for today’s music, no doubt influenced by their classic catalog. And as such, they truly understand what works for them as a brand. And the ‘Housewives‘ franchise ain’t it.
No Strangers to the Game
TLC has spent the last two decades influencing their fans to be crazy, sexy and cool. Even after Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes’ untimely passing in 2002 audiences remain drawn to TLC’s lasting appeal. During the early days of reality television T-Boz and Chilli offered their contribution with the short-lived series R U The Girl?. The show’s premise revolved around T-Boz and Chilli auditioning singers for a lifetime opportunity to perform with them onstage.
The landscape of reality television has changed drastically in the years since R U The Girl? aired. And though they’re pioneers of the genre TLC has revealed they have no desire to star on Bravo’s Sunday night staple The Real Housewives of Atlanta.