‘And we will always love her.’ With recent criticism on her voice during her “Nothing But Love World Tour”, it makes one believe Houston’s voice could never be like it used to be, but we are still rooting for her.
Hill recently welcomed her sixth child into the world. With sensitivity to her motherhood, we are all wondering when she will get back to working on a new album… still waiting patiently for that comeback.
Chappelle’s variety show was a major hit in the 2000s. Then, he decided to leave it behind. Recently, he has gotten back into the comedy game and got BOOED while on stage. Then, he later apologized for his antics.
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With the Rush Hour series, Tucker was a box office action star/comedian. But after the hit, Rush Hour 2, Tucker dropped off of the scene…making us wait several years for Rush Hour 3.
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Andre 3000 with Big Boi has scored some big hits as Outkast – notably “Ms. Jackson”. But after the duo did successful solo projects, Andre 3000 has laid low. He is said to make a guest appearance on Big Boi’s upcoming album.
D’Angelo was a neo-soul sex symbol in the mid-1990s to early 2000s. His Voodoo album was critically acclaim and then, he fell off the scene. In recent years, he has had legal trouble – a car accident and drug charges.
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Snipes was our black action movie star – with a few good movies outside his genre, Jungle Fever and White Men Can’t Jump. But in the 2000s, the Hollywood A-lister fell off on the movie scene.
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From the mid-1990s to the mid-2000s, Elliott held it down for female rappers. The dance, hip-hop hit, “Lose Control” was the last hit we have seen/heard from Elliott. She has recently discussed struggles with Graves Disease.
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Howard made it into the Hollywood’s A-list with Hustle & Flow and Crash. But after an Iron Man casting controversy forced the star out of the franchise, it seems as though he has laid low in Hollywood. Terrence, make more movies please!
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‘She try to walk away, and she stumble.’ Gray has been doing her thing in the movies. But she is known for her unique, raspy, eclectic voice. “I Try” was her prime and matching that success of the single has been hard.
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“Don’t call it a comeback!” But how can we not call it that when there are entertainers we all miss. With entertainers like — Whitney Houston, Lauryn Hill, Chris Tucker, Missy Elliott and Dave Chappelle — it feels like they are no longer in their prime. But we are still rooting for them to make a ‘comeback’ and prove their haters wrong!
Check out a slideshow of entertainers we want to be the ‘comeback kids.’