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Legendary Gospel Group The Pace Sisters Set For 'Iyanla: Fix My Life' Season Finale

 Legendary Gospel Group The Pace Sisters Set For 'Iyanla: Fix My Life' Season Finale

 

Legendary gospel group The Pace Sisters are set to appear on the popular OWN (Oprah Winfrey Network) program “Iyanla: Fix My Life”, reports indicate.

Due to air Saturday, May 18 at 9/8 C, the world renowned singing group (comprised of real life sisters Latrice, DeJuaii, Melonda, June, Leslie, Duranice, and Lydia). have lent the gospel realm some of its most memorable hits, but have dealt secretly with longstanding battles against obesity.

In their segment – which will air during the show’s season 2 finale – the sisters consulted life coach Iyanla Vanzant to help them combat the “generational curse”.  The episode will hit television screens just days after their new Teddy Riley produced single “Just Believe” will hit digital outlets May 14th.See the behind the scenes video of its creation by clicking here.Your thoughts?

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