TLC have announced plans to celebrate the 25th anniversary of their seminal ‘CrazySexyCool’ with a one-off London show next summer.

The performance, which will see them play Shepherd’s Bush Empire on 29th June, will mark the band’s UK return for the first time since their 2017 KOKO gig. Cited as a celebration of the record which propelled them to become the best-selling female band in US history, the show will also come 18 years since Lisa ‘Left-Eye’ Lopes’ tragic passing.

Speaking to BBC Music, TLC’s Chilli also teased TLC’s overdue debut at Glastonbury, which kicks off four days ahead of their London date – “Is that what you heard? I heard that too” she says, adding “I’m hoping. Fingers crossed, toes crossed, legs crossed. Everything that it’s possible to cross, it’s crossed.”

More as we hear it.

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