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Milli Vanilli-Girl Im Gonna Miss You Milli Vanilli was a pop/dance music project formed by Frank Farian in Germany in 1988, fronted by Fab Morvan and Rob Pilatus. The group's debut album achieved high sales internationally which earned them a Grammy Award for Best New Artist in 1990. The act became one of the most popular pop acts in the late 1980s and early 1990s. However, their success turned to infamy when their Grammy was revoked after it was revealed that the lead vocals on the record were not the actual voices of Morvan and Pilatus. In 1998, ten years after Milli Vanilli's initial debut, Pilatus was found dead in a Frankfurt hotel of an apparent drug overdose.
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Added: 14th October 2009
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Posted by: Laura on 2009-10-16 
I'm surprised no one is commenting on how all the artists today are lip syncing. So many examples caught on tape the last couple of years. Yet he had to lose his life because of it!
Posted by: Cherokee on 2009-10-28 
I agree. Isn't it strange that what then caused a complete downfall means absolutley nothing now. So it goes.
Posted by: TheSaint on 2009-10-29 
Laura - I agree. They mostly all do it now. Christina Agulara (sp?) almost always actually sings but most of the others don't. It seems the more heavy dance the less they sing or they would be out of breathe.

Of course when Britney performs... we are out of breathe :)
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