OWNTV - Oprah Where Are They Now- The pop group Milli Vanilli will most likely remain synonymous with one of the biggest scandals in Grammy history. The two front men, Rob Pilatus and Fab Morvan, returned the award when it was revealed that the voices their fans heard weren't their own. Meanwhile, the actual male leads, Brad Howell, John Davis and Charles Shaw and female backup singers, Jodie and Linda Rocco behind hits like 1989's "Girl You Know It's True" watched on as their music climbed the charts—and then as the controversy dominated the news. Watch as the group members reveal the pressure they faced from the producer to stay quiet. Plus, hear about the emotional toll they endured after receiving no recognition for the group's success.
OWNTV - Oprah Where Are They Now- In the aftermath of Milli Vanilli's lip-synching scandal, front men Rob Pilatus and Fab Morvan went from international superstars to being known worldwide as frauds. In the eight years that followed, the men attempted to make a comeback, both as a duo and as solo artists, but after a prolonged struggle with addiction, Rob died at the age of 33 from an overdose of alcohol and pills. Watch as Milli Vanilli's vocalists remember the troubled performer and the challenges he faced.