Hollywood Live: The Braxton family is heading back to reality TV


In this April 4, 2011 photo, the Braxton sisters, Toni, foreground center, and from left, Traci, Towanda, Trina and Tamar, of the WeTV reality series, "Braxton Family Values," pose for a portrait in New York. (AP Photo/Charles Sykes)
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The Braxton family is headed back to reality TV. They’re going to be airing their family drama after seven seasons of “Braxton Family Values,” which ended three years ago, but a lot has changed since then.

They will also address the loss of their sister, Traci, who died at age 50 of esophageal cancer in March 2022. They all say things will never be quite the same, but they’re pressing on.

Toni Braxton says that she hasn’t even performed in over four years and talked about her major health scare involving her heart, saying that “every time I step on stage, I pray I don’t get sick.”

Well, the R&B singer underwent heart surgery in September of 2022 after doctors found out that her left main coronary artery was 80 percent blocked. The good news? She’s doing really well and is back on stage.

The new series will share new love, success, heartbreak, ongoing family dynamics, and so much more. I was a big fan of the show from the very beginning, and yep, I will be there when it premieres on We TV on August 9. You don’t want to miss it.

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