WENDY WILLIAMS RETURNS TO HOST THE TWO-PART "R&B DIVA'S" SEASON THREE REUNION ON WEDNESDAY, APRIL 22ND AND APRIL 29TH AT 10PM/ET
The Divas' Charity Concert is Jeopardized in Season Finale Airing April 15th At 10PM/ET
Silver Spring, MD - April 13, 2015 - TV One announced today that Emmy-nominated talk show queen Wendy Williams will continue to reign as host of the R&B Divas LA reunion special on Wednesday, April 22nd and Wednesday, April 29th at 10PM/ET. Filmed in NYC, the two-part special will bring together the entire cast including Lil' Mo, Chanté Moore, Michel'le, Chrisette Michele, Leela James, Brave and Stacy Francis to look back at the most explosive season yet. Viewers will find out what made Chrisette decide to break ties with the ladies once and for all, hear as Stacy's true motives for joining the cast are fiercely contested and Chanté gets her chance to sound off on why so much drama surrounds her each episode. The ladies hold nothing back as they openly deal with individual and collective issues and finally gain closure on this tumultuous season.
"It is always a blast hosting the reunion show with the ladies and getting them to spill the tea. Viewers are going to be shocked by the shade the divas are throwing this year, you won't want to miss it," said Wendy Williams.
This week's season three finale, airing Wednesday, April 15th at 10PM/ET, finds the ladies performing their cancer benefit concert at the House of Blues Los Angeles. As drama still brews with Chante the girls have to decide if she is a part of the group song. Before sound check, Michel'le's suspicious behavior draws ire and concern from the divas. By the end of the night, the girls gather for dinner and vote on whether or not to keep Chanté on as an R&B Diva.
R&B Divas LA is produced for TV One by Thinkfactory Media. Executive Producers are Adam Reed, Adam Freeman, Leslie Greif, Phil Thornton, Paul Coy Allen, Aaron Fishman, Faith Evans and Nicci Gilbert. Lamar Chase is Producer for TV One. Jubba Seyyid serves as Executive in Charge of production. D'Angela Proctor is Head of Programming and Production for the network.
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About Thinkfactory Media:
Thinkfactory Media is a full-service production company that creates high-quality entertainment content. Renowned for award-winning productions, the company was the driving force behind the Emmy(R) and Golden Globe(R)-nominated hit mini-series Hatfields & McCoys (History), starring Kevin Costner. They are currently in production on numerous projects including the highly-anticipated eight-hour television event, Texas Rising (History). Other recent credits include: Marriage Boot Camp (We tv), Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars (We tv), Preachers' Daughters (Lifetime), R&B Divas: Atlanta (TV One), R&B Divas: Los Angeles (TV One), The Hook Up (MTV), Spell-Mageddon (ABC Family), Prank My Mom (Lifetime), Gene Simmons: Family Jewels (A&E), Tony Danza: Teach (A&E), among many others. Find out more about Thinkfactory Media and its projects at www.ThinkfactoryMedia.com and follow them on Twitter at @TFactoryMedia.