|TLC Movie: Crazy Sexy Cool|
For younger viewers new to TLC’s history, it was a convincing introduction to arguably the largest girl group in new music history; and for long-time fans of the former trio, it seemed to be a heartbreaking roller coaster, recalling incredible highs and harmful lows.
One such low, the lack of Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes (played on-screen through Lil Mama), was specially gut-wrenching to relive. It turned out one thing for the cast to recreate a TLC music video, nevertheless it was another to accurately depict the indescribable pain suffered with the surviving members of the group - and CrazySexyCool do that beautifully.
Though many three leading ladies offered exceptional performances, the stand-out for me personally was Keke Palmer because Rozonda 'Chilli' Thomas. As I viewed her go through the process of having the abortion, feeling every little bit of her pain and distress, I could hardly believe it was the same girl I accustomed to watch on Nickelodeon’s True Jackson, VP. She really left the idea on me.
That said, this wasn’t merely a straight-faced walk through the trials and tribulations associated with TLC. 'CrazySexyCool' also highlighted everything that was beautiful and unforgettable around the group - from the ’90s-tastic fashion towards the girl-power attitude to the music videos you couldn’t help but look on YouTube through the commercial breaks. (Waterfalls, in the particular, was frighteningly spot on. )
'CrazySexyCool' served as being a reminder that there will still only ever be one TLC. Inside a pre-YouTube, pre-American Idol globe, they came up independent terms - and their tale is far from over.
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