Boyz II Men not only got a star on The hollywood Walk Of Fame, but they also appeared on Jimmy Kimmel jokingly changing their name to Menz II Men.
Kimmel gave them an award for helping every 2nd grader get to 2nd base with "On Bended Knee" and for being on The Fresh Prince Of Bel Air." Oh lord.
They also performed "More Than You Ever Know" with Charlie Wilson. It is from their latest album entitled "Twenty" and is out now.
Check out the performance and skit above.-DocFB
Diagnosis: Still doing their thing....on or off bended knee
Oh boy. This is NOT good. Boyz II Men performed "This Christmas" last night for an NBC Christmas special. That part went fine. Or so we thought.
After they performed, Charice and David Foster were supposed to perform...until the Boyz "This Christmas" backing track came in....with vocals!
It went on for almost a minute while Charice and Foster stood by dumbfounded.
I have seen Boyz II Men in concert and they do not need to lip synch. However, what the heck happened last night?
Check out the clip above and let me know what you think. Not good BIIM.-Dr.FB
They were one of the biggest selling groups of the 90's, one of the longest reigns at number 1 and then.....they had Puff Daddy produce them and they fell off.
They are trying to make a "comeback" with Randy Jackson doing a series of covers called "Love" featuring songs like "I Can't Make You Love Me", "Open Arms", "Back For Good", "If You Leave Me Now" and the Goo Goo Dolls "Iris." What?
Without the bass man, they are persevering, and I do think Boyz II Men one day will make it back to the mainstream because they have talent. I just feel it will not be with this CD.
What do you think?-Dr.FB
That was quick. Very quick. A Michael Jackson tribute song has hit the web.
The song is said to feature The Game, Chris Brown, Diddy, Polow The Don, Mario Winans, Usher and Boyz II Men, produced by DJ Khalil. I say said because several of these artists were in different places in the world when this was recorded.
He led a very tortured life, his entire life, not just the past 16 years. Who knows, maybe for him, it is "better on the other side" n I will leave it at that.-Dr.FB
UPDATE: Diddy confirmed to me via Twitter that all the artists mentioned made this tribute to MJ.