So it only got us thinking: what other groups would we love to see reunite on tour? Now that we’re making that adult money, we want to live out our childhoods too — at least for a night.
Here’s eight other groups that we think should reunite so we can sing, sway, and dance with them in our local stadium.
They've given us a taste of their classic hits in recent years, such as at Coachella and when Beyoncé shut down the Super Bowl, but obviously that wasn't enough. Hopefully one day, Destiny's Child can reunite on a real tour before we all have destiny's grandchildren.
We have "no diggity, no doubt" that we want to see Blackstreet reunite. Founded by the legendary producer Teddy Riley, this 90s group gave us hits like "Don't Leave Me," "No Diggity" and one of our personal faves, "Before I Let You Go."
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Although the members of 3LW have moved onto have amazing careers on TV and in films, we still want to see them come back together. Can you imagine an entire theatre singing, "I'm getting sick and tired of your broken promises, promises?" It would be epic.
Thankfully due to the Bad Boy Reunion Tour, Total fans already got a taste of their classic 90s sound in recent years. Still, we want more of Kima, Pam and Keisha. Plus, just imagine the outfits we could sport to the concerts -- all black, oversized baggy jeans and dark sunglasses. Here for it!
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There are few R&B group that embodied that Atlanta bop and Cherish was definitely one of those groups. We'd love for these girls to take us back to 2003 when they released their hit, "Do It To It."
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We know SWV isn't broken up. We've watched them on reality shows and perform here and there in recent years. Still, if LeLee, Coko and Taj want to invite us on a tour this summer we'll be ready.
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Where the tour at?! That's what we're asking Atlanta R&B group, Jagged Edge. We haven't seen these guys back together in a while, and it's only right. Perhaps they can link up with Cherish for a proper A-T-L tour.
Tony! Toni! Toné!
Take us back to the 90s Tony! Toni! Toné!, please! We're begging you. The Wiggins brothers, along with Timothy Christian, gave us some of the smoothest sounds in the 90s, and don't even act like you didn't play their song "Anniversary" on your own anniversary. We know we did.