MILLI VANILLI'S Robert Pilatus and Fabrice Morvan intend to give back their 1989 best new artist Grammy to the National Academy of Recording Arts and Sciences at a press conference in Hollywood tomorrow.
"We know that we were involved in something that was wrong," Morvan told the Los Angeles Times over the weekend.
"Fabrice and I want to give the Grammy back to the real singers," Pilatus said.
Questions about whether Milli Vanilli's Grammy should be revoked arose last week after the duo's German-based producer, Frank Farian, fired them and announced that Pilatus and Morvan -- known respectively as Rob and Fab -- did not sing on their "Girl, You Know It's True" album, which has sold an estimated 7 million copies.
The Grammy is considered to be a symbol of artistic excellence. Each year, 10,000 entries may be scrutinized for consideration, and winners are selected by approximately 6,000 voting members of the academy. The voting membership comprises a broad spectrum of singers, musicians, producers, engineers, songwriters, conductors and other creative figures in the recording industry.