Who is Dawn Robinson? Dawn Robinson, formerly of the En Vogue, one of the most popular groups of the ‘90s, is a cast member on “R&B Divas: LA,” a reality show that premiered on TV One in July 2013. Dawn Robinson joins Lil’ Mo, Claudette Ortiz, Michel’le Toussaint, Chante Moore and Kelly Price on the show, which focuses on the singers’ attempts to balance their careers and personal lives.
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Like Lil’ Mo, Dawn Robinson turned down the opportunity to appear on “R&B Divas: Atlanta,” the show that spawned the new L.A. offshoot, and while she was leery of reality TV, she prayed on the matter and agreed, as she told Ebony, with her mother’s opinion that “it could be a great way to interact with women and prove that women can work together.”
Who is Dawn Robinson? It’s a question red-blooded males who watched MTV or VH1 in the ‘90s hardly need to ask. As a member of En Vogue, Dawn Robinson scored major hits with songs like “Free Your Mind,” “Hold On” and “My Lovin’ (You’re Never Gonna Get It),” all of which came with sexy videos that featured Robinson and her three fellow singers in various states of undress. Robinson, who was born Nov. 24, 1968, in New London, CT, split from En Vogue in 1997 and went on to sing in the group Lucy Pearl. While she performed with En Vogue at various points throughout the ‘00s, she’s dropped a solo album in 2000 and is now pursuing other projects.
Who is Dawn Robinson? These days, the best way to answer that is “a multi-talent,” as the divorced 44-year-old songstress is getting ready to release a book and form another girl group, this one called GLAMM, according to her TV One bio. These pursuits will no doubt factor into her “R&B Divas: LA” story arc, as will her love life, as she recently told Madame Noire that she’s got someone special in her life.
“That’s a part of who I am and I’m happy that I’m dating someone,” Dawn Robinson said. “I’m in a very happy relationship. It’s brand new for me, but there’s so much more to life than who I’m dating and what I wear.”