The Triplets (band)

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The Triplets were a Latin pop trio from Mexico. Composed of the triplets Diana, Sylvia, and Vicky Villegas (all born April 18, 1959) of an American mother and a Mexican father,[1] the group recorded in both English and Spanish. They first gained recognition after winning the MTV Basement Contest in 1986 for the song "Translate."

They scored a hit single on the U.S. Billboard Hot 100 chart in 1991 with "You Don't Have to Go Home Tonight". They released a VHS tape in 1991 as well. Subsequent hits followed on the Billboard Latin charts.

Cover versions[edit]

"You Don't Have to Go Home Tonight" also reached the Dutch charts at the time. In 1995 its success was eclipsed by the Dutch-language version ("Je Hoeft Niet naar Huis Vannacht") that Marco Borsato recorded.




  • "You Don't Have to Go Home Tonight" (Billboard Hot 100 peak #14, 1991)[3]
  • "Sunrise" (did not chart, 1991)
  • "Light A Candle" (did not chart, 1991)
  • "Sombras Y Silencios" (did not chart, 1991)
  • "Algo Mas Que Amor (I've Been Waiting For You)" (Billboard Hot Latin Tracks peak #2, 1993)[3]
  • "Mi Mundo Entero (Everything I Own) (Hot Latin Tracks peak #27, 1994)[3]
  • "Las Llaves de Mi Corazon" (Hot Latin Tracks peak #14, 1994)[3]


  1. ^ Joel Whitburn, The Billboard Book of Top 40 Hits. 7th edition, 2000.
  2. ^ Billboard,
  3. ^ a b c d Billboard Singles,