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Glastonbury viewers Are Stunned By Ageless Group TLC Which Brings Back ’90s Memories

Glastonbury Festival viewers have shared their surprise at the fact that the members of iconic R&B group TLC have “not aged at all” since the height of their fame more than two decades ago.

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Their hits include Waterfalls and Unpretty – played on the West Holts stage at the annual festival at Worthy Farm in Somerset on Friday evening. Although best known as a trio, the group now consists of 52-year-old Tion ‘T-Boz’ Watkins and 51-year-old Rozonda ‘Chili’ Thomas – the third member as Lisa ‘Left Eye’ Lopes, who tragically died in 2002.

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Performed the chart-topping song No Scrubs, originally released by the popular trio in 1999.

Watkins and Thomas graced the stage wearing coordinated metallic silver outfits, reminiscent of the style worn by the group in the music video for the award-winning song. tweeted: “TLC really saw the crowd on the West Holts stage today.

Comment on the way Watkins and Thomas looked

BBC viewers equally enjoyed its ‘nostalgia’, with one person saying: “[It has been] the best thing ever.” Another said it was “the real savior of this night.” Although many viewers took the opportunity to comment on the way Watkins and Thomas looked, one fan tweeted: “How has TLC not aged in the last 25 years? “

Watching TLC in Glastonbury and feeling the girls who ain’t 25!” A third said: “Ultimate throwback. And they didn’t look like they got old. Whatever their secret, they better bottle it up and sell it,” tweeted another viewer. While a fifth person said: “Unpretty one Is absolute belter and, like TLC, hasn’t aged a day.”

One fan said in a tweet:

One fan asked: “How come these women haven’t aged?” Another reacted to their set: “They looked really cool. Looks great.” One fan said in a tweet: “They look amazing. TLC is best known for their second album CrazySexCool and its follow-up FanMail, which were released in 1994 and 1999 respectively. Both had chart-topping songs. The former included both Creep and Waterfalls, while the latter tracklist included No Scrubs as well as Unpretty. These four songs each topped the charts in their native US.

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