During part two of the R&B Divas L.A. reunion special Wednesday night, cast members Kelly Price, Dawn Robinson formerly of En Vogue, Lil Mo, Michel’le, Chante Moore and Claudette Ortiz of City High seemed to resolve many of the issues that played out during the show. While speaking with host Wendy Williams, the ladies apologized, hugged and cried as they hashed out most of their differences. Price even announced that the women are banding together for their long-discussed R&B Divas tour.
The tour will include performances from Faith Evans, Keke Wyatt and Brownstone, in addition to performances from Dawn and Chante. And, despite her previous disputes with Kelly, Chante has signed on also. After spilling the tour details, Kelly assured fans that the drama has blown over. “If there was a danger of anything happening to Chante Moore being in the same intimate space with me, we would not be going on the road together,” she said. “And Miss Moore did agree to come on this tour.”
Just before R&B Divas L.A. wrapped, ABC News Radio spoke with Chante to see if there was anything she wished the cameras didn’t capture for the hit TV One reality series.
“No, there’s nothing I regret,” she says. “It is a little strange having make-up on everyday, or a camera in my face from day to day. It was six days a week, so that was different for me, I’m pretty private. Life happened and it was okay.”
Moore says she did have some initial reservations about signing on to be in the show, but, the singer explained, after seeing the final product she was content with how everything came together.
“Well, I was definitely hesitant doing any reality TV at all. I’ve been approached several times and have declined that, but what I loved about this show was that it’s about music,” she said. “It is about R&B. It’s about our journey musically, and we’re endeavoring to get to the ‘Divalogues.'”
She added, “I’m really happy with the way it turned out. I’m just really pleased they were not trying to follow me in my kitchen with my children. They wanted to know about music. They wanted to get deeper into who we were as musicians.”
When asked if she thinks the cast of R&B Divas L.A. will ever come together for a complete album, Chante hints that a project could materialize. “Its a possibility. It hasn’t been discussed yet, but I’m sure it’s in the works somewhere,” she laughs.
Meanwhile, if you missed out on any of the hilarity and drama that ensued during the first season of R&B Divas L.A., you can head to over to TVOne.tv now to watch previous episodes.
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