12 Things You Might Not Know About TLC

What happens when you mix a Spice Girl with the “L” in TLC? Greatness. Greatness happens.

TLC was originally named "2nd Nature."

TLC was originally named "2nd Nature."

"2nd Nature" was the idea of then-teenaged Crystal Jones — the "C" before being replaced by Chili. The name change was the idea of manager Perri "Pebbles" Reid (thank you Pebbles.) Oddly enough, the name was adopted by a short lived all-male R&B group three years later so I guess they made the right move.

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Cee Lo Green sang on "Waterfalls."

Cee Lo Green sang on "Waterfalls."

Before Gnarls Barkley, when the music world was largely unfamiliar with Cee Lo Green as a singer, the rapper had a guest spot on "Waterfalls," TLC's most famous hit. The guy was meant for greatness!

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CrazySexyCool was the first record made the female group to go diamond.

CrazySexyCool was the first record made the female group to go diamond.

Diamond is a term created by the RIAA in 1999 to certify when a record sells over ten million copies. CrazySexyCool helped solidify TLC's place as the best selling female group of all time.

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TLC recorded the theme for Nickeloden’s All That.

TLC recorded the theme for Nickeloden’s All That .

The teen comedy sketch ran for 10 seasons, and with it, the unforgettable (and classically TLC) theme... not to mention Left Eyes' incredible rap verse. We all of that!

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