CRAZY IN LOVE (2003)
10 year anniversary
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The scrumptious five foot by eight foot portrait was made entirely of Oreo pops - crushed Oreo biscuits mixed with Philadelphia cream cheese – each pop was handmade in different consistencies to create 2244 dark pops and 1536 lighter pops; an impressive 3780 pops in total! The full creation required eight hours of careful construction on the day and more than six weeks planning.Food artist Michelle said: “When I was asked to create a pop icon portrait using just Oreo pops, new mum and superstar Beyoncé seemed the natural choice.It took a long time to map the exact position for each pop and create a recognisable likeness, but the hardest part of the process was trying not to eat it!
TLC Working With Drake & J.Cole For New Album + Details On Left Eye Hologram, Tours and More !
The announcement of TLC’s performance at this year’s MixTape Festival was just a harbinger of things to come, according to the group’s Rozonda “Chili” Thomas — with a near-future that includes a TV biopic, re-recorded hits, new music and more live dates.
“This is just the beginning,” Chili tells Billboard. “This is going to be a great year for TLC. It’s just time. It’s time for us to do everything.”
In addition to the MixTape on July 27 in Hershey, Pa., Chili says she and T-Boz are planning to perform in Japan, where they’ll also receive a Legends Award from that country’s MTV. She also predicts that “there’s going to be many more” shows. “We are going to tour. We just really want to get out there and perform and do shows, and thank God people want to see us.”
Driving this spate of activity is the upcoming biopic for VH1, which was executive produced by Chili and T-Boz and directed by Charles Stone III (“Drumline,” “Mr. 3000,” “Paid in Full”), which a cast that includes Keke Palmer (Chili), Drew Sidora (T-Boz), rapper Lil Mama (Left-Eye) and Evan Ross as TLC producer Dallas Austin. It’s slated to debut this year, and Chili promises that “it’s gonna be juicy…good juicy! It’s totally about the three of us and all the trials and tribulations that we’ve gone through and all the way up to where we are today. We’re gonna touch on a lot of things people did not know about, things we were going through and help people understand some of the things they heard about. They’re gonna get the back story.”
Tickets for Mixtape Festival go on sale Friday, May 10, at 10 a.m. at Ticketmaster. Two-day passes start at $50.