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The 'Roar' hitmaker has pledged $5,000 to Kickstarter to help TLC reach their goal of $150,000, which will be used to make their final album.
NKOTB is set to kick off the roadshow in the first May in Las Vegas and continue until early July with the last show in New York.
T-Boz and Chilli want to have complete creative control of their last studio installment by turning to fans for financial help instead of going to major label.
The slowed-down version of TLC's hit single will appear on Midler's first album in eight years that's scheduled to hit the stores on November 4.
TLC previously commented in an interview that they did not need to bare their body to promote their music, saying, 'We became the biggest girl selling group of all time, with our clothes on.'
Perry will open this year's show with new single 'Unconditionally', while Lopez is set to perform a tribute to the late music legend Celia Cruz
The music video for the Ne-Yo-penned track features TLC's members reuniting in a recording studio.
The Ne-Yo-penned track, which will be featured in TLC's upcoming greatest hits album, also serves as the soundtrack to their VH1 biopic that will premiere on October 21.
The new greatest hits album will feature TLC's greatest hits, including 'No Scrubs', 'Waterfalls', 'Unpretty' and 'Creep', as well as Ne-Yo-penned new track called 'Meant to Be'.
Lisa 'Left Eye' Lopes' relationship with NFL player Andre Rison is featured briefly in the promo video.
The rapstress, who plays Left Eye in the group's VH1 biopic, joined T-Boz and Chilli onstage last Saturday, July 27.
In the promo for the biopic, Keke Palmer, Drew Sidora and Lil' Mama recreate some of the R'n'B/hip-hop/pop group's music videos.
The two surviving members of the group have worked with Ne-Yo, Lady GaGa and Dallas Austin for the yet-to-be-titled album, which will feature guest appearances from Drake and J. Cole.
Surviving members T-Boz and Chilli say they were blocked from using Left Eye's original rap in the remake.
Tionne Watkins and Rozanda Thomas disappoint Lisa Lopes' family when they hire Japanese singer Namie Amuro to fill in for the late group member for a remake version of the 1995 hit.