Real Housewives Of Atlanta star Shamari Devoe and her New Edition husband Ronnie Devoe are going viral - and not in a good way. 

The couple created a new group - called Me & Mari. And they have a new song together called Love Comes Through.

The two performed their new song on ABC 7 Chicago local news - and it was BAD. We mean cringeworthy bad. Look:

The song wasn't bad, but the performance was awful.

The performance started off with the couple bouncing their shoulders up and down, and doing 1970s Jackson 5 type dance steps.

Almost immediately after the video was released, folks on social media began comparing Ronnie & Shamari to the fictional husband and wife singing group Ceephus and Reecie from the 1990s show In Living Color.

Here is a video of Ceephus & Reecie:

Shamari and Ronnie, 51, wed in 2006 and have been together for 17 years since first meeting during the Janet Jackson Icon Awards in 2001. 

For many of those years the couple had an "open relationship." Shamari told castmates NeNe Leakes, Kandi Burruss, Cynthia Bailey, Porsha Williams and Eva Marcille (among others) that the two enjoyed relationships outside their marriage for many years.

Shamari went into even more detail while hanging with the ladies, revealing that Ronnie had no problem allowing her to experiment with women as long as there were no other men involved.

“What if you want to get a man with a big chest and big d*ck? You can’t get that?” NeNe Leakes asked, to which Shamari responded, “As long as I was able to go about in my bi-curious ways, then I was cool with that. I didn’t want to be with another man because I had my husband. I slept with two women, he slept with about 10.”

In the end, however, Shamari knew her marriage couldn’t make it long-term if they continued to entertain others. She admitted, “I started the open relationship, and I ended the open relationship. I realized the grass wasn’t greener on the other side.”