We were so waiting for this!
Elaborating on her pro-Ye stance, the beauty explained:
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Details are still coming in, but the couple tied the knot on Sunday.
It's the second marriage for Nikki, 26, and the first for Ian, 36. They have been engaged since January.
The bride wore a long-sleeved Claire Pettibone custom dress with lace details, while the groom wore a white suit. Ch-ch-check out their wedding photos:
An amazing performance for an amazing cause!
Sunday night, T-Boz performed a soulful rendition of TLC's Waterfalls for the Sickle Cell Foundation Support Group in El Lay. All proceeds of the night went towards the Sickle Cell Foundation too!
In case you didn't know, the Grammy-winning artist was diagnosed with Sickle Cell anemia at just seven years old, and though she was not expected to have children or live past her 30s, the now 44-year-old beat the odds and has a 14-year old daughter!
Other special guests of the night included ATLA, Eric Bellinger, Faith Evans, Raphael Saadiq, and Kat Graham, who also took to the stage to perform her TLC-influenced single 1991!
We wish T-Boz was also joined by bandmate Chili for the Waterfalls performance, but she was absent from the event. It was still FAB though!
Well, not actually — but she does successfully bring back that '90s nostalgia with her new single 1991!
The music video takes place at a nostalgic house party complete with ripped jeans, light up sneakers, and even an old-school dance off!
Ch-ch-check out the music video (below) to time travel back to 1991!
Don't worry, Kat Graham isn't leaving The Vampire Diaries (as of now) — but she IS expanding her creative pallet in the form of an AH-Mazing new single!!
Her new song 1991 definitely takes us back to a simpler time with an old school beat reminiscent of TLC. She even lays down a rap verse!
The songstress took to Big Morning Buzz on VH1 to perform her single, but not before host Nick Lachey got her to speak about co-star Nina Dobrev's announcement of her departure from TVD.
The 25-year-old had this to say:
Kat Graham is back and she's taking it back!
The singer has just released a new song, the aptly titled 1991, which is a departure from her dance pop sound.
She's embraced a more R&B/pop sound, and it reminds us of old school TLC - figuratively and literally!
1991 interpolates the iconic What About Your Friends? and we know the girls from TLC would approve!
It's such a bop!
Faithful to the era yet still fresh and cool!
Check it out above!
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