Recording a new set of tracks, the group returned in the summer of 2002 with the P.
Diddy-produced single "I Do (Wanna Get Close To You)", featuring Loon.
That same summer, the group performed a concert special on Nickelodeon titled Live on Sunset.
I wanted to bring babies into the world..." Bailon was discovered by Latin pop singer Ricky Martin in October 1999 while she was performing in a church choir at Madison Square Garden.
Martin asked for the four best singers in the group, and Bailon was one of the four elected by Martin to perform as back-up singers as part of his Livin' la Vida Loca Tour concert show later that night.
Adrienne met Julissa on the set of the 2006 film All You've Got.
Currently, Bailon is one of the hosts of syndicated talk show The Real along with former fellow Disney Channel star Tamera Mowry, Jeannie Mai, and Loni Love, which premiered on July 15, 2013. Bailon's parents are divorced, and she was raised by her mother and stepfather, Joe Felix.
In 2001, 3LW recorded a song with various artists including Michael Jackson, Usher, Beyoncé, Luther Vandross, Celine Dion and Mariah Carey in response to the 9/11 attacks called "What More Can I Give".
In late 2001, they collaborated with Lil' Romeo and Nick Cannon for "Parents Just Don't Understand" on the Jimmy Neutron, Boy Genius soundtrack.
Bailon recorded a debut solo album which was later shelved.
Since then, Bailon has stated that she plans to record a Spanish-language solo album.
3LW spent the first half of 2002 in the studio, recording an album tentatively titled Same Game, Different Rules.
The album and its intended lead single "Uh Oh" were presented to the label, who felt it did not have enough urban radio appeal.
Aside from her work in 3LW and The Cheetah Girls, Bailon went on to develop her own acting career with roles in The Cheetah Girls films, Coach Carter and the MTV film All You've Got.