Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On

Wilson Phillips is a musical duet that has been out of the spotlight for quite some time. The female pop duo, best known for their hit song "Hold On" twenty-five years ago, graced the stage once again in 2011. Their comeback performance highlighted their hit songs as well as some extras. Their songs are inspirational, enlightening, and heartfelt. Wilson, the daughter of the former lead singer The Beach Boys, has been through a lot of struggle in her life. Despite her struggle, the group's songs are uplifting and the lyrics give her fans hope for tomorrow.

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1 Season, 8 Episodes
November 27, 2011
Celebrity & Entertainment, Family, Music, Talk & Interview
Cast: Chynna Phillips, Carnie Wilson, Wendy Wilson
Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On

Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On Full Episode Guide

  • Wilson Phillips: Still Holding On: Pretty In InkIn the first-season finale, the women work on personal goals, and then they decide to get Wilson Phillips tattoos to display their solidarity.

  • The women go on a camping trip with their kids so that they can spend some quality time with them and take a break from busy comeback efforts.

  • The group travels to the East Coast to kick off their tour, and they learn that they're behind schedule before the tour has even started.

  • Chynna hosts a fund-raiser for an orphanage, and Wendy offers to cater the event. However, Wendy becomes concerned she may have gotten in over her head.

  • The girls are offered the chance to do a live concert on PBS, but things get complicated very quickly.

  • Carnie recovers from surgery while facing a hectic week, and Chynna tries to help her by moving into Carnie's home and setting up a "healing regimen." Meanwhile, Wendy must plan a birthday party for her mother without Carnie's assistance.

  • After dominating the music charts 20 years ago, Carnie Wilson, Wendy Wilson and Chynna Phillips are determined to reclaim their past glory. But will family, schedules and personal tensions get in the way?

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