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By Kurt Schlosser

T-Boz! Left-Eye! Chilli! Bette! Who doesn't love TLC? Wait ... Bette? That's right. Legendary singer Bette Midler brings her version of "CrazySexyCool" with a new cover of the early '90s hit "Waterfalls."

The song will be on the the 68-year-old diva's upcoming album "It's the Girls," which features 15 tracks in which Midler performs classics by female groups.

"A long time ago I fell in love with voices in harmony," Midler said in a press release, according to The Advocate. "In particular, the sound of female voices singing together. There were so many great girl groups in those days, I still listen as avidly as I ever did. This record is a small attempt to honor them for all the joy they brought to me and the world."

A video for the song on YouTube is purely an audio track, so we don't get to see if Midler, along with her vocals, can also match the walk-on-water moves of TLC's Tionne Watkins, Lisa Lopes and Rozonda Thomas.

Midler's track is a little more smooth soul than hip-hop harmonies. The rap portion of the original would have only gotten a big Left Eye roll if the "Wind Beneath My Wings" singer went there, so she didn't.

Don't go chasin' just yet. Midler's new album is out Nov. 4.

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