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90s Music Groups We Want to See Reunited in 2013

With Destiny’s Child reuniting on stage at the Superbowl halftime show last night, I couldn’t help but think back to my childhood in that good old decade that is the 90s. Watching B, Kelly and Michelle on stage made me want to see a reunion of the other groups that defined my childhood and the purchases I (my mom) made in that decade (sooo many Now CDs).

So let’s get a nice group concert going with all of our favorite 90s superstars, am I right? Besides being completely and utterly musically awesome, I’m pretty sure it would, like, raise the overall well-being of the population or something (or at least mine). Check out the list below to see which groups would be in our ultimate 90s reunion concert!

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    1. Kristi says:

      Well technically BSB never went away. Kevin left the band for a few years but the 4 of them still produced two good albums without them and he came back for their cruises. So yes it is exciting that he is coming back, but I like to think that the band never broke up and they are just making another great album.

    2. Linz says:

      It was actually Dream that had the little gig on Boy Meets World..but easy to mix up, sound-wise:)

      1. donoch02 says:

        Oops you're right! I guess I was just so excited about a possible B*Witched reunion (and the actual Boy Meets World reunion!) Dream would be a good reunion as well!

    3. So yes it is exciting that he is coming back, but I like to think that the band never broke up and they are just making another great album.

    4. Puiu says:

      TLC and Spice Girls are the 2 groups that i really want to see back together. I would love to hear some new songs from them.

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