As the groundbreaking gospel duo, Mary Mary, sisters Erica and Tina Campbell came onto the music scene driven by a fearless and unstoppable creative spirit. Growing up with humble beginnings in Inglewood, CA, Erica and Tina began singing as small children in their local church. They broke through music barriers in 2000 with their pioneering crossover hit, "Shackles (Praise You)," and have since gone on to win numerous accolades: three Grammy® Awards, two American Music Awards, two Stellar Awards, an NAACP Image Award, a Soul Train Award, and a BET Award, plus two new Grammy® nominations this year. With six albums under their belt, including their latest Something Big, Erica and Tina Campbell have never wavered from defying convention to fulfill their mission: sending uplifting messages through music and words that are relatable to everyone.
While Mary Mary continues to perform, tour and record new music, Erica and Tina also run busy lives on the home front. As two of nine siblings, they have a large family with larger-than-life personalities. Just two years apart from Tina, Erica is the "big sister" of both and married to the group's producer, Warryn Campbell. Warryn, a music visionary in his own right, has worked with the likes of Kayne West, Alicia Keys and Missy Elliot, among others. Devoted parents, they have three young children and Erica's most recent pregnancy is chronicled in each episode of MARY MARY. Tina Campell is a self-proclaimed "Martha Stewart in-the-making," and two steps shy of being a "soccer mom." Tina is married to Teddy Campbell, the drummer for the Tonight Show with Jay Leno's Rickey Minor Band. Together they have a blended family of four kids.