Devin Lima has died at the age of 41.
The LFO singer has lost his year-long battle with stage four cancer.
Devin, whose real name was Harold Lima, starred with singer Brad Fischetti in the duo.
He died on Wednesday, a family members confirmed to TMZ .
The group was originally a trio, but the third member Rich Cronin died in 2010 after a long fight with leukemia.
The boy band were big in the 1990s, with hits like Summer Girls, Girl On TV, and Every Other Time.
LFO had been planning to do a tour earlier this year, but cancelled it when doctors discovered a football-sized tumour on Devin’s adrenal gland.
Devin was 41
The tumour was pushing against various organs, including his heart.
When doctors removed it, they discovered it was malignant, and it turned out to be stage four cancer.
The group disbanded in 2010 following the death of Rich, but Devin and Brad had decided to get back together as a duo in 2017.
Devin in the Girl on TV music video
The band sold more than four million records worldwide.
Rich and Brad were originally in the band with Brian ‘Brizz’ Gillis, forming in 1995 in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
But by 1999, Brian had grown frustrated with the lack of progress the group wa making and decided to go off and pursue a solo career instead.
Devin battled cancer for a year
The remaining two group members held open auditions to replace Brian – and that’s where they met Devin.
At the time, the group had been called Lyte Funkie Ones, but when Devin joined, he insisted they be called LFO exclusively instead.
It didn’t work out in the UK though, as an act named LFO had bee using the name since 1988, meaning the boy band couldn’t have it.
Doctors discovered Devin had a tumour the size of a football
The group released their debut album, LFO, in 1999, and it went on to sell 2.5 million copies worldwide.
LFO decided to part ways in 2002 after lacklustre record sales as the boy band craze of the 90s and early 2000s came to an end.
In 2009, they announced their comeback on MySpace and single Summer Of My Life.
But the reunion was short lived, with them permanently disbanding after Rich’s death.
In 2017, Brad and Devin released Perfect 10, their first new song in 15 years.
Speaking at the time, Brad said: "We’re sincerely thankful and excited to have the opportunity to create new music and tour again.
"We miss the presence of our late great brother bandmate Rich Cronin. We will do our best to make him proud, carry on his legacy, and to usher LFO into the future."
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