|Bad boys: 90s RnB group Jodeci were booed off stage as they performed at London's Wembley Arena on Saturday|
For many music fans Jodeci were the defining sound of 90s RnB, but the band's recent ill fated reunion gig in London ended in true farcical style.
The group were booed off stage as they performed on Saturday night at Wembley Arena as part of a 1990s gig entitled The Show.
Starring alongside fellow music heavyweights Blackstreet, Dru Hill, SWV, Damage and Changing Faces, the former hit makers put in an awfully shambolic appearance.
The group, made up of K-Ci, JoJo and Mr. Dalvin, got off to a bad start as they were reportedly late for their slot and then heaped further misery on themselves when one member took a fall off the stage.
Original band member DeVante Swing was not present, while an over exuberant Mr Dalvin jumped off the stage and landed on his backside before getting up and singing out of tune.
|K-Ci looked a little disoriented as he took to the stage|
After mumbling and staggering through the front to the arena, Dalvin was then unable to pick himself back up on to stage without the help of a security guard.
It didn't take long for the London crowd to let the faded stars know what they thought of them as they booed loudly.
Jodeci then embarrassingly begged the audience to let them sing for just ten more minutes.
News of the excruciatingly bad performance spread quickly through Twitter as many disgruntled fans mentioned how dreadful it was.
Former Sugababe Keisha Buchanan tweeted: 'Jodeci!!!!! ....Start off with a member jumping off stage and not being able to get back up !!!! I don't meant to crack up laughing but....'
She continued: 'People are booing #Jodeci I feel so bad seriously :-('.
BBC Radio 1Xtra DJ Twin B also discussed the poor performance on his radio show with special guest John Legend.
The smooth talking Twin B said: 'They were arguing on stage at one point and then Mr. Dalvin stopped the band.
'It pained me. I was there. All I'm saying is if ever you get a ticket to a Jodeci gig, maybe be busy that night.'
Grammy winning musician John Legend did not see the concert but gave his own explanation and verdict about what he had heard.
Legend said: 'With groups there is conflicts and you have all these interesting fights that these guys have and that maybe the time is not right for them to be on stage together.
'It pains me to hear that though.'
All of the group have been reported to have battled drink and drug addiction in the past with brother K-Ci & Jo Jo starring in their own reality show called K-Ci & Jo Jo Come Clean where they battled their substance addictions together.