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"I've been talking to my pastor every day," K-Ci admitted. "I had to talk to somebody to help keep me straight. This is not an easy road. When you've done something for a long time, like we have, you can't go through this by yourself. People always ask me, 'K-Ci, how long have you been sober?' If I say 30 days or a year, that's a lie. I say, 'Look, every day I wake up, I thank God and I say every day is the first day of my sobriety."
"After the cameras stopped," explained JoJo, "I had to go home to my wife and she's a beast when it comes to health and when it comes to doing something right, and I thank God for my wife. Lights, camera, action, off! Hello, honey!"
"We also had to call mama and daddy," added K-Ci.
"Every day, that's a must," agreed his brother.
K-Ci and JoJo will begin performing limited live dates in November and plan to add more in December and the new year. Asked about when some new music might be expected, JoJo told a reporter, "I'll make you a promise. As soon as this interview is over, let's get in the studio today."