90s R&B stars late on stage and out of tune
Ashley Clements

10:17 25th March 2013

Nineties r&b band Jodeci were booed off stage at their Wembley Arena gig on Saturday night (23 March) for singing out of tune - and after a band member fell off stage and being unable to get back on again.

The crowd were enjoying a night of R'n'B revival that included performances from Blackstreet, Dru Hill, SWV and Changing Faces, but Jodeci dampened the mood by being late on stage, singing out of tune and performing acapella versions of songs that were unrecogniseable.

As if that wasn't enough, the 'Freek'N You' group were missing their founding member, DeVante Swing and lost Mr Dalvin 30 seconds into their set after the singer jumped off stage and was unable to get back on without the help of a steward.

Jodeci were billed as the main act of the night, but could only get as far as one song into their performance before being booed as fans decided to leave the gig early.

See what you think of Jodeci's performance below:

The R&B foursome were one of the most popular acts of their kind throughout the nineties achieving a number of hit singles and platinum albums before splitting in 1998.

Despite Jodeci's poor performance, the other R&B acts were successful at bringing back some nineties memories for the sold out Wembley crowd.

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