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Tamar Braxton Leaves Andy Cohen Guessing Over Whether or Not She’d Return to ‘The Real’

Tamar Braxton has remained silent following the tea her former “The Real” co-hosts spilled about her firing from the daytime talk show. But in a recent interview, she addressed her relationship with them and if she’d go back to the show.

The singer was asked by a “Watch What Happens Live with Andy Cohen” viewer about the last time she spoke to Loni LoveTamera Mowry-HousleyAdrienne Houghton and Jeannie Mai. She was also asked if the door was closed on “The Real” for good.

“The last time I spoke to them was at the Emmys,” she says on the Sunday, Oct. 14 edition of the late night show. “Would I return to do what?”

“To be on the show, sweetie,” host Andy Cohen said.

“I don’t know — Andy, you’re the best!” Braxton said in between uproarious laughter.

“I have a feeling the answer is no!” Cohen responded.

The question came after Love openly discussed how Braxton wound up terminated from “The Real.” She maintained she nor her co-hosts had anything to do with it.

“I think she’s embarrassed, she knows the truth,” Love told “The Breakfast Club” Oct. 12. “If you don’t like us, if you thought we had you fired, why would you sit with us when we all got nominated for an Emmy?”

She also alleged Braxton’s sister, Towanda Braxton, told her about a rough cut of their show “Braxton Family Values” that saw Tamar’s husband Vince Herbert pointing the finger at Love and her co-hosts while speaking with Tamar.

“There was a blogger that actually saw the rough cut and it says Vince names us saying that we jealous — he names me specifically — and you know why he does that? Because I gave [Tamar] the number of Rushion McDonald,” Love claimed.

Meanwhile, fans have been giving their two cents on Tamar.

“Tamar use to be entertaining but now it’s a 👎🏾”

“Tamar acted stupid like she didn’t understand the first question. Up to her same tricks.”

“Tamar belongs on reality shows, not on a talk show hosting. So much unnecessary attitude and drama.”

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