After performing an epic medley of hits live at the BET Awards on June 26, Xscape performed their first two full shows in almost two decades over the holiday weekend.
Kandi Burruss felt compelled to apologize on behalf of the group to fans who weren't able to see their July 3 show at the ESSENCE Festival in New Orleans after their performance area quickly reached capacity, leaving many shut out.
"We truly apologize to everybody who tried to come see us perform tonight and didn't get in," she said in a video posted to Instagram. "It was beyond our control because we wanted to perform for everybody. It wasn't really our choice the way things were set up but we appreciate the love. So many people came to see us, it was overwhelming, the love."
For Kandi, the highlight of Xscape's July 4 performance at Chene Park in Detroit was when they brought out gospel singer Karen Clark Sheard to sing their cover of the Clark Sisters' "Living in Vain."
The show also featured a sweet serenading moment when the ladies brought their men on stage, including Kandi's spouse Todd Tucker and Tameka "Tiny" Harris' estranged husband T.I. (with 15-month-old daughter Heiress Harris in tow), to sing them 1995's "Do You Want To."
Does this mean Tiny and T.I. are reuniting as well? Don't hold your breath. Tiny, who filed for divorce a second time in April, admitted to PEOPLE that they squabble over time with Heiress and over getting along in general: “Me and Mr., we’re in and out.”
Getting back together with Xscape is giving her a lot of joy, though.
“I feel great,” she told the publication. “As one thing goes down the drain, another thing is coming up.”
You'll see more about that firsthand when the four-part special Xscape: Still Kickin’ It premieres in the fall.