R&B trio Sisters With Voices are to address the issues that led to their split in the late 1990s in a drama-filled new reality TV show.
The ladies, Tamara 'Taj' Johnson-George, Cheryl 'Coko' Gamble and Leanne 'LeLee' Lyons, were among the most successful urban acts of the 90s before they took a lengthy hiatus.
They reunited in 2005 but have only just announced an official comeback, which will be documented in a show they are currently shopping around U.S. networks.
And the threesome admits the pilot was tough to shoot at times.
Gamble tells Billboard.com, "For me, it may be a little hard because I'm a little moody, so I may have to take some time off from taping and take a break."
Johnson-George adds, "We're going to be honest about it (split). Every day is not perfect."
And the trio are hoping to hit the road with other all-girl R&B groups for a tour like that of New Kids on The Block and Backstreet Boys.
Johnson-George says, "Why can't we get a bunch of girls together to do something like that?"
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