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They may have hit bottom, but that doesn’t mean their bank accounts are empty. The cast of From The Bottom Up says this time around they’re letting viewers see that they’re happy, having fun and bringing in coins.

The FTBU girls return for their second season on Saturday, November 26th. NFL wife Chanita Foster joins the original cast, which includes Sara Stokes, Christine Beatty, Chrystale Wilson, Kim Smedley and Stacii Jae Johnson.

HipHollywood caught up with Stacii, Sara and Chanita, who gave us a little tea about the new season. Check it out below.

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Mary J. Blige Breaks Down At Star Unveiling: “I Was Homeless Last Year”

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It was a big day for Mary J. Blige. Not only did the 9 time Grammy Award winner celebrate her 47th birthday, but she was honored with a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
There was nothing but real love on Hollywood Blvd. where her number one fans filled the streets and her industry brothers and sisters came out in droves to support the New York native.
It was an emotional ceremony for the Golden Globe nominated actress, who was more than candid about her personal woes while accepting the honor. “There have been times in my career that I didn’t even want to step out my house because I was so hurt so bad,” she said during the ceremony.
The singer, who is currently going through a nasty split from now ex-husband Kendu Isaacs, also unveiled that just one year ago, it was Jimmy Iovine who provided a roof over her head. “When all hell was turning loose in 2016 and I had to file and all of that stuff, I was homeless last year,” she said.
Blige explained, “Jimmy Iovine took me in to his Malibu home, he and his beautiful wife, Liberty. I will never forget that.”
Also being a rock for Mary, her mother, Cora Blige, who told HipHollywood that “it was very difficult … but I had to give her strength to carry on.”
Diddy honored the singer during the event and recalled meeting the then young singer who wanted nothing more than to rise to fame. “We would drive down the highway in New York and we would just dream,” the media mogul said. ‘We would say ‘man, we want to be somebody. We want to come and shake up the world.’ And we did that.”
Other big names joining the “No More Drama” singer on her special day, Andre Harrell, Debra Lee, Tyrese, Angie Martinez and Mudbound director, Dee Rees.
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