Fabrice Morvan doesn't draw the crowds anymore -- nor the publicity.
Which is just fine with him. Formerly one half of the infamous lip-synching duo Milli Vanilli, Morvan has dropped his phony braids and slick orchestration for a casual look and acoustic guitar accompaniment.
He performed recently for about 20 people at a Hollywood cantina.
"I'm not even looking at becoming big," he said. "The only recognition that I want is to be respected as a singer and songwriter. What comes afterwards, I don't know."
Morvan and Robert Pilatus were stripped of the best new artist Grammy Award in 1990 following revelations that they never sang a note on their best seller, "Girl, You Know It's True." They disbanded Milli Vanilli and reformed as Rob and Fab in 1991 but had little commercial success.