Usher dating chilli again
Usher dating chilli again
Forget Justin and Britney and their matching denim ensembles, our favorite musical couple of the early '00s had to be Usher and TLC's Chilli.They starred in steamy music videos together, wore ridiculous outifts, and could easily win any celebrity dance-off ever.
Rozonda "Chilli" Thomas starred in Usher's video and sparks flew, even though they'd already known each other for close to a decade. )We're guessing it was Usher's fabulous dance interlude in the video that really sealed the deal.(They first met in 1993 when Usher signed a record deal at the ripe old age of 14. Chilli's sexy white crop top and hip chain didn't hurt, either.(See video below.): "He portrayed himself as faithful, and he wasn't. There are always signs that something isn't comfortable 100 percent.I could never be with him ever again." Usher admitted to his infidelity at the time but denied that he'd fathered a love child, like the rumor mill suggested. He said at the time: "I wanted to pack up and move to Los Angeles or New York, and I'm looking for the support of my woman. We can ignore [the differences] and keep moving forward, or just let go.I take responsibility for choosing another direction." The tabloid stories fizzled out, and these two clearly went on their separate ways.He married Tameka Foster in 2007 and had two sons, then they split and went through an ugly divorce. In a 2013 interview, she looked back at the relationship fondly. "In any relationship, even when it came to my relationship with Usher, when it was time to make a move, I had to do that," she said.
"I don't care how much my heart was hurting, sometimes you're just supposed to be with people for a reason and it's not always a lifetime.
Even if you want it to be, it just doesn't work out that way." However, if Usher, who's supposedly single right now, came knocking, we have a feeling the TLC star would take him back.
She said in the same 2013 interview: "But I'll always love him, forever, because he was my first adult love, a real love.
In 1991, she joined TLC, replacing founding member Crystal Jones, and was nicknamed "Chilli" by Lisa Lopes so that the group could retain the name TLC.
The group went on to sell over 65 million records worldwide and became the second best selling group in the world and first in the US girl groups of all-time.
Since the death of group member Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes in April 2002, Thomas and Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins have occasionally performed as a duo.