En Vogue was one of the hottest girl groups to hit the music industry in the ’90s. Their hit single “Hold On” launched the group to stardom. The ladies then went on to further their success with more award-winning singles, including “Free Your Mind,” “Lies,” and “You Don’t Have To Worry.”
Unfortunately, however, it wasn’t all rainbows and sunshine for the highly manufactured group. “None of us were friends, and we didn’t really know each other,” Terry Ellis confessed during an interview with the New York Post. But no one could deny that the group had something special when they harmonized. “I feel like it was lightning in jar,” Ellis added.
En Vogue Like all music groups, En Vogue started experiencing some growing pains and eventually,
Like all music groups, En Vogue started experiencing some growing pains, and eventually, Dawn Robinson opted to leave the group. After that, the other three members were left to duke it out on how to proceed. Per The Hollywood Reporter, Maxine Jones eventually left the group as well, rejoining Robinson and causing an all-out war over which duo would retain the rights to the group’s original name. After a long and arduous court process, a judge finally granted Ellis and Herron the right to retain the name, as reported by Black Enterprise. And, the rest is simply history.
Per People, the group is set to perform at the Billboard Awards on Oct. 14, 2020. Here’s to the comeback… or the “great execution of a plan,” if you prefer.