Xscape rocked VERZUZ viewership records with their 2021 hit-for-hit duel, the supergroups have reunited to hit the stage for the ultimate «one night only» concert event -- an undertaking chronicled in their new Bravo reality series, .The series follows the original lineups of the iconic '90s supergroups -- Kandi Burruss, Tameka «Tiny» Harris and sisters LaTocha Scott-Bivens and Tamika Scott in Xscape, and Cheryl «Coko» Gamble, Tamara «Taj» George and Leanne «Lelee» Lyons in SWV, as they navigate their business, professional and personal lives — on top of preparing to hit the stage. «It was a great idea to do [after] VERZUZ [because] I think everyone loves seeing the two groups onstage together,» Taj tells ET. «So why not give them a little extra whip cream on it?
Put a whole show together, let them enjoy that!»Neither group is new to a reality series -- SWV appeared in the WE tv series while Xscape starred in which aired on Bravo in 2017.
But this new series is a different ballgame for both groups.«Well, because we have another group to keep in mind and, you know, when you have two strong groups...there's a lot of back-and-forth and turmoil,» Tiny admits. «Then we have our own in-house issues within ourselves.»Burruss echoes her bandmate's sentiments, saying that there was «a lot more inner turmoil» when they reunited after several years in the first season of their reality show. «This time around we had been around each other, but there still was some things that clearly needed to be worked out,» she adds. «But I agree with Tiny, it's a lot different when we already dealing with our own issues and then we bring another group into it as well.»«It's work, it's a lot of work.Read more on etonline.com