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En Vogue’s Legal War Over Group Name Settled

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En Vogue’s Legal War Over Group Name Settled

The drama over which members of 90s R&B group En Vogue can legally use the name has been settled.

TMZ is reporting a judge has granted rights of the “En Vogue” name to Cindy and Terry, the group’s founding members, who own the LLC.

In 2012, group members Cindy Herron and Terry Ellis sued members Maxine Jones and Dawn Robinson for the “En Vogue” name and $1 million in damages after the group split, claiming Maxine and Dawn continued to tour under the name En Vogue. However, Cindy and Terry failed to receive $1 million dollars because the judge said the duo failed to prove valid damages.

In related news, Dawn Robinson will be on the upcoming season of “R&B Divas: LA” on TV One. Maybe we’ll hear her side of this drama on the show.

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