Was considered for one of the main roles in Josie and the Pussycats (2001).

Pleaded guilty to burning down the mansion of her boyfriend Andre Rison (1994).

Featured on Method Man's album, "Tical 2000".

Is a member of pop group TLC.

Lopes doesn't show up for a press conference. She was then considered missing and the word goes out to the local radio stations and TV stations. No contact with other TLC members or manager. Not many were surprised due to her spontaneous behavior, but they were very worried. It's later announced she has contacted someone and said she will make an appearance in October at an award show. [September 2000]

Adopted a little girl and named her Snow [2001]

Appeared on 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire - Top of the Charts' edition. [July 2001]

Father was in the Army. Grew up in Kansas, Florida, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and Panama.

Lived primarily in Atlanta, Georgia.

Went to healing village in Honduras to heal and meditate occasionally.

Album producer of singing-group Blaque.

Her pseudonym, "N.I.N.A." stood for "New Identity Not Applicable"

Lopes' white casket was engraved with a rap she recited on TLC's No. 1 song "Waterfalls". It reads, "Dreams are hopeless aspirations, in hopes of coming true, believe in yourself, the rest is up to me and you."

Died in car crash in Honduras April 25, 2002. She was the only fatality in a vehicle that had seven passengers.

Ranked #80 in Stuff magazine's "102 Sexiest Women In The World". [2002]

Her rap verse from the hit song "Waterfalls" is carved on her tombstone.

At the advice of Dr. Sebi, an herbal guru in Honduras who cures AIDS, diabetes, sickle cell, (and just about everything else), she sought to find peace and to stop poisoning her body with alcohol and cigarettes, by fasting for 40 days.

Became the legal guardian of her younger brother, Ronald Lopes, and sister Raina, when she was 21 years old.

Dropped out of high school. Her mother, Wanda Lopes, forced her to go back and she got a GED.

Her last name, Lopes, is Portuguese.

Of Cape Verdean (Portuguese & African) descent.

On how she got her nickname "Left Eye": "A guy gave me a pick up line and said he was attracted to my left eye". The "guy" is reported to be Michael Bivins of "New Edition" and "Bell Biv DeVoe" fame.

At the age of four, she could play the piano by ear.

Sister of Ronald Lopes and Reigndrop Lopes.

Died near the Honduran town of Roma, which is the Spanish word for Rome. The popular saying is that "all roads lead to Rome," which in Left Eye's case was eerily correct as she was driving to towards this town at the time of the accident that claimed her life.