Sad but true … former En Vogue members Maxine Jones and Dawn Robinson can no longer say they are part of the R&B group.
After the two singers toured with the group name illegally, the other half, Cindy Herron and Terry Ellis, fought for rights over the name and sued for $1 million in damages.
Herron and Ellis owned the LLC and the band, and after a long fight, the two freed their mind and the rest followed. Although the band broke up years ago, Cindy and Terry now legally have the sole rights to En Vogue.
Looks like Maxine and Dawn are going to have to find a new name. Sorry ladies.
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