Johnson ceased rapping when New Beginning was released in 1996, shortly after the end of the new jack swing era, and began to sing leads (It's All About U, Give It Up) and co-leads (Lose My Cool, Use Your Heart).The group went on to sell more than 20 million albums, making them one of the best selling girl groups of all time.When Johnson was 14 years old, her mother died, which caused Johnson and her siblings to be parceled amongst several relatives; Johnson wound up with a cousin who molested her, Johnson was known as the background dancer/model in the music video for Big Daddy Kane's "Ain't No Half Steppin" and had a bubbly, upbeat personality.
Despite the fact that she was betrayed by finalist Twila Tanner, Cusack still voted for her to win the $1 million prize and title of Sole Survivor over eventual winner Chris Daugherty.
Cusack later appeared on the 16th season of Survivor, entitled Survivor: Micronesia — Fans vs. She was one of ten recurring favorites on the Malakal tribe.
She is the former Charitable Director of Experimental and Applied Sciences (EAS). Richard is a retired Navy seaman, and Virginia, a former substitute English teacher.
She attended Golden High School, and the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design (RMCAD) in Lakewood.
Cusack's Survivor: Vanuatu bio states she was dating a woman named Crissy. However, in an interview, Cusack stated "I'm not gay. I still love her, and she's my closest friend today." In a 2008 interview with After Ellen, Cusack also said: "Oh gosh, I don't know.
I don't know if I would put a specific label on any of it. In the mid-late 1990s Cusack appeared regularly as a model in photospreads and on covers for Muscle Media 2000, the muscle magazine published by her then-fiancé Bill Phillips.Tamara Antrice "Taj" Johnson-George (born Tamara Antrice Johnson; April 29, 1971) also known as Tamara George is an American singer, rapper, actress, and author.Best known as one-third of the R&B singing group Sisters with Voices (SWV), she was also a contestant on Survivor: Tocantins.That same year, Johnson-George and husband Eddie George starred in the reality TV show I Married a Baller, which depicted five weeks in the George household over a course of nine shows.The show focused on Johnson-George and her marriage to Eddie George, her struggle to lose her "baby weight," and performing with SWV, who came together to perform the theme song of the show.Baller also highlighted Visions with Infinite Possibilities, the Georges' not-for-profit charity for survivors of domestic violence and their children.