LET'S take you back to the 90s, when before the Spice Girls were even thought of, we had the original girl power group – En Vogue.
In October 2020 the Free Your Mind hit makers thrilled fans when they performed at the Billboard Awards.
Who are the members of En Vogue?
R&B group En Vogue formed in Oakland, California in 1989.
The original lineup consisted of singers Terry Ellis, Dawn Robinson, Cindy Herron, and Maxine Jones.
However, this has changed over the years as Dawn left the group in 1997 and Maxine left the group in 2001.
Amanda Cole then replaced her but left the band in 2003 and Rhona Bennett joined the group that same year, during the recording of their album Soul Flower.
In 2005, the original members briefly united before parting ways again.
In 2009, the they got back together again for their En Vogue: 20th Anniversary.
Shortly after the tour, Dawn and Maxine again departed from En Vogue, with Rhona rejoining the group as a trio.
So, after all that, the current members are Rhona, Terry and Cindy.
How old are the En Vogue members?
After En Vogue's incredible performance at the Billboard Awards on October 13, 2020, many fans have bee left wondering how old the band memebers are.
This is because the trio look like they haven't aged a day.
- Cindy was born on September 26, 1961, so she is 59-years-old.
- Terry was born on September 5, 1963, which makes her 57-years-old.
- Rhona was born on May 10, 1976 so she is 44.
How much are En Vogue worth?
The trio have a combined wealth of $18million.
Cindy and Terry are the richest with $7million in the bank each.
Meanwhile, Rhona has has a fortune of $4million.
What are En Vogue's most famous songs?
En Vogue reached number two on the US Hot 100 with the single Hold On, taken from their 1990 debut album Born to Sing.
The group's 1992 follow-up album Funky Divas reached the top 10 in both the US and UK, and included their second US number two hit My Lovin' (You're Never Gonna Get It) as well as the US top 10 hits Giving Him Something He Can Feel and "Free Your Mind".
In 1996, Don't Let Go (Love) became the group's third, and most successful single, to reach number two in the US, and became their sixth number one on the US R&B chart.
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