En Vogue has once again juggled its lineup as original member Dawn Robinson says she is splitting off to start a new version of the iconic R&B group. After briefly reforming for a 20th anniversary in 2010, Robinson says she and Maxine Jones will find two new group mates for the future.
Robinson broke the news via Twitter:
"MAXINE & I HAVE LEFT THE BUILDING & NOW WE'RE REHEARSING FOR AN EV TOUR W 2 "NEW" GIRLS. WE WILL BE IN UR CITY SOON SO COME PARTY WITH US!"
"Max & I are thrilled at all the love we are receiving from each of u! This is gonna be FUN. We appreciate being lifted up so high…blessings to each of you," she later added.
The other two members of the group, Terry Ellis and Cindy Herron, wrote a lengthy response to the claims, saying they had not been replaced but were choosing to withhold the details of the split:
"There are always two sides to a story and many internal facts that you the fans aren't hearing about. In an effort to not air dirty laundry, or appear to point the finger at anyone, we respectfully choose to remain silent on the internal issues."
by RTT Staff Writer
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