4 Non Blondes @ 2014 "An Evening With Women" Benefiting L.A. Gay & Lesbian Center

She could’ve spent her entire career on the ’90s one-hit-wonder touring circuit, but the former 4 Non Blondes frontwoman Linda Perry found a second career act in writing massive power-ballad hits for people like Christina Aguilera and Pink. And over the weekend, Perry reunited with her old bandmates to perform “What’s Up,” the immortal 1992 4 Non Blondes karaoke jam, for the first time in 20 years. (This was probably also the first time the song included a shoutout to Wolfgang Puck, but I can’t confirm that.) The reunion show was at “An Evening For Women,” a fundraiser that the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center held at the Beverly Hilton on Saturday night. It also had performances from Milla Jovovich, Evan Rachel Wood, and Rumer Willis. Watch a fan-made video of the “What’s Up” performance below.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the fundraiser also had Center CEO Lorri L. Jean speaking out passionately against the Sultan of Brunei and his plans to institute sharia law in his homeland.

[Photo by Beck Starr/WireImage.]

Comments (13)

    • My response to so many Stereogum stories…

      • i was really referring to the reunion/performance of that god awful song

        • I know, but as I see it, Stereogum is just as guilty as the band for making my day a little worse than it had to be. Sometimes it’s okay to shoot the messenger if no one benefits from learning the bad news.

          • Oh wow, I think the band is downvoting me! The Onion interview with the Dean Ween kind of says everything that needs to be said about this band. Who could have known that all these years later, the goggles and comically oversized hat would still be among my most painful memories?

  2. Nope, sir. Life’s too short to watch this. I’ve got lots of comments to write, instead.

  3. Why? Why? Why them and not Belly?

  4. Linda Perry rocks and for a good cause !!

  5. Belly sucked, give me some Breeders, give me some L7 or Babes in Toyland !

  6. did someone create a bunch of stereogum accounts just to downvote all the negative comments?

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