Vanilli of Milli Vanilli is Making a Comeback and He's Singing For Real

Vanilli of the infamous lip synching duo Milli Vanilli is attempting to make a comeback, according to Paste.

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The best part is that he's definitely going to sing this time! Yes, really! Well, at least probably...that's what Vanilli is saying.

If Vanilli (also known as Fab Morvan) is so adamant about proving to the world that he can actually sing, then maybe he can do it. Better yet, Tiesto and Eminem's tour DJ, The Alchemist, are out to help him prove it. He has even reportedly finished recording a track with Tiesto already.

I'm looking forward to hearing the final product. If it's worthy of a Grammy, Vanilli would get to keep his award this time!

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