They were also supposed to travel to New Orleans together over the July 4th weekend for a rare off-season multi-day taping at the Essence Festival, where they were going to film episodes of their show and premiere them when they returned in September.
In September 2015, it was announced Tamar had signed on to join Season 21 of ABC's Dancing with the Stars.Besides causing family conflict, as previously reported by Daily Mail Online, it also meant that The Real had to readjust the production schedule to accommodate Tamar's hiatus from the show.'I have been stabbed in the back by someone I stupidly trusted': Tamar shared a snapshot with older sister Toni who comforted her the day before news broke that she was leaving the show but Tamar noted the mistrusted person was not her 'man or one of her sisters'During her run on Dancing with the Stars, the 39-year-old entertainer was rushed to the hospital and had blood clots found in her lungs.Her condition became so serious that it was nearly fatal and Tamar had to leave the dance competition series and take an extended absence from The Real.'While she was on Dancing with the Stars producers realized the show could survive without her.In October 2009, Birdman, Lil Wayne, Cash Money Records and various music distribution outlets were sued for copyright infringement by Thomas Marasciullo, who claims his voice was used without permission.
The 35-year-old singer and her husband Vince Hebert walked the red carpet in New York on Wednesday night to celebrate the forthcoming premiere of Tamar & Vince, which will follow the couple as he manages her music career.Tamar, in a '50s inspired fit-and-flare dress, kicked up her heel and did her best pin-up pose with Vince, owner of Streamline Records, who has also managed the likes of Lady Gaga, over the launch of her own solo career.Tamar also branded her sisters 'hot messes' on the series, and bragged that she was the only one in a stable marriage - a remark called into question when she and Vince were recorded in a heated confrontation in another scene.Executives of the hit daytime talk show The Real fired Tamar Braxton because of negative feedback on her 'ghetto' persona given by focus groups - as well as on-set insubordination and a rebellion by advertisers.On Saturday, May 21, Tamar, Adrienne Bailon, Jeannie Mai, Loni Love and Tamara Mowry all got phone calls from the show's parent company Telepictures/Warner Bros.letting them know that the show would be moving forward without her.