Bobby Brown Announces New Edition Reunion on 'The View'

Singer says the group will record new material and tour soon

March 9, 2011 1:40 PM ET
Bobby Brown Announces New Edition Reunion on 'The View'
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Bobby Brown revealed that he and the rest of New Edition have once again reunited on yesterday's episode of The View on ABC. "We will be doing an album some time in the near future and a big tour," the singer told co-hosts Sherri Shepherd and Elizabeth Hasselbeck.

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New Edition have reunited a few times over since their Eighties heyday. In 1996, the group got back together for the album Home Again, and more recently in 2004 for One Love. In the time since, they have periodically reunited for one-off events such as performing a medley of Jackson 5 hits on the BET Awards in 2009.

Bobby Brown says a 'big tour' is on the way for New Edition on The View [EW.com]

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