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First Look: R&B Divas LA Returns With New Faces and More Drama!

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Are you ready for more cat fights, curse outs and harmonizing? Then season two of R&B Divas LA is for you!

Original cast members Chanté Moore, Lil’ Mo, Claudette Ortiz and Michel’le will be reunited and joined by new cast members Chrisette Michele and Leela James for another fun-filled (and drama-filled) season of the hit TV One show.

According to the press release, Each episode will follow these six exceptional women as they balance a series of personal issues, such as divorce and struggles with suicide, while fighting to rise and stay on top of the R&B charts. Additionally, the group collaborates in writing a song for the Puerto Rico tourism board with the goal of performing it live at Carnaval de Poncé. The season will conclude with a two-part reunion special.

Catch the new season of R&B Divas LA when it premieres Wednesday, July 16 at 10:00 PM ET. Check out a sneak peek of what’s to come below.

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Sorry Folks! Martin Lawrence Doesn’t Think ‘Bad Boys 3’ Will Happen

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Martin Lawrence has pretty much lost hope in plans for another Bad Boys film, and for good reason. Over the last few months, the long-gestating third installment has lost it’s director and release date.

Now according to Lawrence it may have even lost one of it’s boys – co-star Will Smith. “I don’t think we’re going to get one, not the way everything’s turning out,” Lawrence told EW. “Will is off doing another movie, and I don’t think it’s going to happen.”

Just last December Smith told Jimmy Kimmel that Bad Boys 3 aka Bad Boys For Life,  was “very, very, very close” to beginning production. He also added of Lawrence, “I love that dude. That’s among the best times I’ve ever had making movies. So I’m looking forward to it.”

As for Lawrence, he’s ready if the project can get off life support. “I’m there, I’m ready right now,” said Lawrence. “If they wanted to do it, I’m ready, but I don’t have control of that. That’s the studio’s decision.”

Back in March, writer/director Joe Carnahan departed from the Sony Pictures’ flick after months of delays. And director Micheal Bay, who helmed both Bad Boys and Bad Boys II declined to return after too many set-backs. “Pretty soon its going to called Bad Old Boys because they can’t get it together with doing a script,” he told HipHollywood back in 2016. “Thats why I backed out of the process.”

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