With Erin's help, Whoa's show is sabotaged and they're accused of lip-synching(a secret Buss knew about Whoa) by the fans who jeer them off the stage.She then helps 2gether perform well and despite Davies' best efforts to have them removed, Steinmetz convinces him to let the new band finish after seeing the fans' positive reaction.The actors who played the characters did the vocals for their performances.They opened several shows for Britney Spears' 2000 summer tour, always appearing in character.The band debuted in the movie of the same name on MTV; directed by music-video director Nigel Dick, it was actually the first full-length movie produced exclusively for MTV, and was broadcast without interruption on February 21, 2000.2gether's rival in the movie was popular boy band, Whoa (based on both Backstreet Boys and *NSYNC).2gether becomes the new popular boy band, Whoa fades into obscurity and is forced to work as singers for a radio talk-show in Oklahoma, while Davies is fired by Steinmetz for his role in sabotaging 2gether's performance.Following the success of the movie's broadcast, MTV used the same characters as part of a regular series, 2ge her: The Series, which ended near the end of its second season due to the death of Michael Cuccione.
Buss is about ready to cede defeat when Jerry shows up with Erin and reinvigorates 2gether to perform.
Mickey is arrested for property damages, but Buss is able to save him.
Soon a few fans who implores Buss and the other members of 2gether to perform in Jacksonville.
In early November 2011, the surviving members of 2gether announced they hoped to reunite for a concert in Los Angeles.
In early 2012, MTV gave the group the go-ahead to begin production on the reunion mockumentary/movie, but will decide whether to air it at a later date.