Twenty years ago, Exposé was one of the biggest girl groups ever to hit the dance and pop charts. The group had a long list of Top 40 hits like "Point of No Return," "Let Me Be the One," and "Seasons Change," to name a few, and it was without question the hottest female group of the late '80s. Group members had crossover appeal, sex appeal, and a knack for singing sappy ballads that America ate up with fervor. Their biggest-selling album, Exposure, released in 1987, went triple platinum. So there's a good chance that you've already sung along or danced to their music, whether you remember them or not. After lead singer Gioia Bruno left the group in 1992, their star power faded considerably, until Exposé finally called it quits. But now they're making a comeback. Exposé recently got back together last year after a 15-year hiatus. The group is booking gigs around the country, and they'll be performing in Hollywood this weekend. If you've got an affinity for the group, here's your chance to see them live and looking even sexier than they did in the '80s.

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Jonathan Cunningham