Milli Vanilli star, 35 years later: We were ‘thrown to the wolves’

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When asked what he would do differently if he had a time machine, Fabrice Morvan names two things right away. Firstly, help his friend Rob with his addiction, he says. Secondly, sing on the records himself. Morvan, 57, was once a superstar, performing at packed stadiums, selling tens of millions of records and the winner of a Grammy – at least for a while. He was “Fab,” part of 90s hit band Milli Vanilli. It all started when Boney M. producer Frank Farian spotted club dancers Fab and his childhood friend Robert “Rob” Pilatus in Munich. But their stellar career came crashing down shortly afterw…

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