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SHOPPERS at Bold Street's Resurrection clothing store found themselves sifting through the rails alongside platinum-selling US boy band B2K.

The band popped in to stock up their wardrobe in the run up to Liverpool Fashion Week and posed with fans before picking up Royal Ts and Stars and Straps T-shirts.

B2K, or Boys of the New Millennium, were formed in 2001 and were behind the Number 1 US Billboard hit Bump Bump Bump featuring P Diddy.

They disbanded in 2004 but two of the original line-up, J Boog and Lil Fizz, recently got back in the studio and now rumours of a reunion are rife.

Certainly everything was looking harmonious when the lads landed in Resurrection before being whisked off by their management to play a date in Birmingham.


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Publication:Liverpool Echo (Liverpool, England)
Date:Nov 26, 2009
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