Although us '90s kids have tried to leave behind the jelly shoes and Joe Boxer shorts of our youth, pop culture has a way of rifling through our collective consciousness' closet and pulling out those long-suppressed memories, only to adorn itself once more in the tatters of our childhood. Never has this trend been more apparent than at Sunday (August 25) night's 2013 Video Music Awards, where the '90s were back with Surge-flavored vengeance.
MTV News breaks down the most '90s of those '90s moments below.
TLC Was There!
Tionne "T-Boz" Watkins and Rozanda "Chilli" Thomas of TLC took a moment out from not chasing waterfalls to introduce Drake's performance at the 2012 Video Music Awards. Decidedly not scrubs, the band has had their share of brushes with the VMAs over the years -- scoring five Moonmen and 11 nominations.
TLC's last big entrance at the VMAs was in 2002, when they hit the TV airwaves for the first time since Lisa "Left Eye" Lopes passed away that year. Despite 11 years passing since that appearance, the band still looked decidedly crazysexycool.
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