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Milli Vanilli bow live singing act on ‘Arsenio’

Fallen pop idols Milli Vanilli, Rob Pilatus and Fabrice Morvan (now Rob and Fab), will make their live singing debut on “The Arsenio Hall Show” tonight. The duo is trying to make a comeback following their notorious 1990 lip-syncing scandal, which resulted in the National Academy of Recording Arts & Sciences revoking their Grammy Award.

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