True Bliss reform for charity

Last updated 13:51 02/07/2012
True Bliss

THEY'RE BACK: Megan Alatini, Joe Cotton, Erika Takacs, Keri Harper and Carly Binding.

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New Zealand's first made-for-TV group True Bliss are reforming for charity.

The group, who transformed into a chart-topping band on TV show Popstars in 1999, will release a new song to support the Child Cancer Foundation's One Day campaign.

True Bliss members Megan Alatini, Joe Cotton, Keri Harper and Erica Takacs performed the song last night at the Northern Mystics versus NSW Swifts netball game in Auckland.

Fifth member Carly Binding, who was first to quit the group in 2000, was unable to be part of the reunion.

The single is expected to be released online soon.

True Bliss had a No 1 hit with their single Tonight. Their follow-up single Number One failed to break into the top 10 as did their cover of George Michael's Freedom. They released an 11-track album called Dream in 1999.

Alatini is a Child Cancer Foundation ambassador.

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