What Happened to the Chantels?
The Chantels are a popular pop music group. They are the second African-American girl group to achieve national success in the United States. After the Bobbettes, they were formed in the early 1950s by Bronx students. In the 1960s, they began recording songs and selling them to record companies.
Chantel and Pedro have a restraining order against each other
It’s no secret that Pedro Jimeno and Chantel Everett have been fighting. In May, Pedro filed for divorce from Chantel, and on July 22 he added a mutual restraining order. Both parties have claimed that they’ve been separated for a while. But why do Chantel and Pedro have a restraining order against each other? The reason is unclear, but it sounds like the couple’s divorce is imminent.
The divorce papers Pedro filed last month say that the marriage is irretrievably broken, and that Pedro has filed for a restraining order against Chantel, claiming she’d stolen over $257,000 from their joint account and transferred it to her sister’s. Pedro wants the court to order Chantel to return the money to the joint account, but the judge refused to grant an emergency hearing. The case will be heard at a later date.
Despite the recent news about their divorce, Chantel and Pedro’s marriage has remained under suspicion for months. The couple had recently bought a home together, and they were eager to start a family. However, despite the positive press, Chantel is now claiming that Pedro was abusive in the relationship. Despite the restraining order against Pedro, she is still planning to start a family.
Pedro Jimeno filed for divorce from Chantel Everett on May 27 and also filed a mutual restraining order against each other. They were separated for over a month prior to filing for divorce. But the divorce has not stopped the couple from living apart. After the divorce, Chantel removed the money from the couple’s bank account. Despite the fact that Pedro filed for divorce, they still live in separate rooms. It’s a complicated situation, and the couple is clearly dealing with it in different ways.
Chantel and Pedro’s marriage ended
After their dramatic romance on 90 Day Fiance season four, Chantel Everett and Pedro Jimeno have ended their marriage. The couple met in the Dominican Republic, secretly got engaged, and eventually moved to the United States. Their relationship was full of ups and downs, including a tense relationship with Chantel’s family.
After a long and rocky road, Pedro and Chantel Jimeno decided to end their marriage. According to Pedro, his family did not support their marriage and they did not honor the vows they made to each other. The couple lived in separate bedrooms until Pedro filed for divorce. Chantel was shocked by the news, but she eventually accepted it.
Chantel and Pedro met in the Dominican Republic as Chantel was looking for a Spanish tutor, and Pedro was looking to improve his English. After meeting, the two quickly became engaged. They appeared on the hit TLC show 90 Day Fiance. Pedro and Chantel went on to star on two spinoff series.
Chantel and Pedro married for six years. They had one fight and Chantel called the police. Pedro filed for divorce on May 27, 2022. Season 4 of “The Family Chantel” aired on TLC on June 6, 2022. Although the couple has not announced if they will get back together or not, it is clear that their marriage is over.
Arlene Smith reformed the Chantels
Arlene Smith fronted the Chantels during the 1970s, a group which featured Carol Douglas and the Toys. In the 1980s, Smith went on to have a solo career. The “new” Chantels made appearances on oldies shows and made personal appearances. The remaining Chantels reformed in the late 1990s to perform at the PBS TV special Doo Wop 50.
The Chantels changed personnel several times throughout the 1960s. During this time, Arlene Smith was joined by Jackie Landry, Sonia Goring, and Renee Minus. Arlene Smith recorded one single for RCA in the 1970s. Eventually, she fronted a new Chantels lineup, including Carol Douglas and Sonia Goring. After a brief hiatus, Smith reformed the Chantels with four new members.
The Chantels remained popular and had several hit singles. In 1962, the group released an album called Chantels on Tour, which included “Well I Told You”, the Chantels’ answer to Ray Charles’ “Hit the Road Jack.” The single reached number 29 on the Pop charts in December 1961 and went on to become a classic.
The Chantels were originally a group of teenage girls from the Bronx. Their name comes from the parish where they attended St. Frances de Chantal in the Bronx. The girls were trained in Gregorian chants at St. Anthony of Padua and their Catholic school background shaped their sound. They had a distinctive close-knit harmony.