Things have been anything but smooth, however, for the reunited New Edition -- still without Bobby Brown, unfortunately -- who made one lackluster album for P. Diddy's Bad Boy imprint last year, then split with the usual hard feelings. (The first clue the album wasn't going to work was its opening, with the group waiting for P. Diddy to come to the phone.) Downgraded to an opening act, the former teen idols and new-jack swing stars have at least had enough ups and downs to qualify for a biopic reportedly in production. Too bad the burning question is: Who gets to play Bobby and Whitney?
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