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TLC singer T-Boz says she’s ready open up about her life…

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Are you feeling charitable?

T-Boz and Chili are asking fans to contribute money for their final TLC album…

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According to reports, the family of Lisa ‘Left-Eye’ Lopes is upset because Chilli and T-Boz have decided to re-release their hit single ‘Waterfalls’ without using Lisa’s vocals…

Singer T-Boz is making a musical comeback – and the former TLC member wants it documented.
Of course, the network of choice happens to have a familiar name…

On the tenth anniversary of Lisa ‘Left-Eye’ Lopes’ death, rumors circulated that TLC was planning a tour with a hologram Left-Eye. And yesterday (April 25) T-Boz addresses the rumors -and one media site that seemed to get carried away with their speculation. (more…)

T-Boz of TLC has joined the unpopular bankruptcy club, as the singer (real name Tionne Watkins) filed her official documents last month in a U.S. Bankruptcy Court owing creditors $768,642.99 — mostly from mortgages on her $1.2 million house.

The documents show that Watkins takes in an estimated $11,700/month in income, while her monthly expenses totals $8,821. TMZ reports that the singer possibly could have avoided the bankruptcy file if she’d been able to collect the child support she claims she’s owed — which according to the docs is $250,000.

TLC, the popular 90s group, had ten top ten singles, four number one singles, four multi-platinum albums, and four Grammy Awards, but according to the documents, T-Boz only pulls in $1,200/month in royalties.

Of course, MSDTV will keep you posted.

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CNN chief medical correspondent Dr. Sanjay Gupta speaks with Tionne ‘T-Boz’ Watkins, singer with the chart-topping group ‘TLC,’ about living with sickle cell anemia and her risky surgery to treat a brain tumor. She is now working on a new solo album and works to raise awareness for bone marrow treatments and blood diseases – particularly by encouraging more blood and marrow donations by African-Americans.

You can watch the full interview Saturday, Oct. 8 and Sunday, Oct. 9 at 7:30am ET on CNN. If you want to read more on her story, click here. Watch part of the interview after the jump.

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