Tami Roman still hasn’t uttered any updates about whether she’ll appear on “Basketball Wives” this season. But she may have started shooting her new spinoff series, and fans are praising her as a result.
The hard-working star on Wednesday uploaded a series of photos onto her Instagram account posing in a blond wig and a tracksuit alongside her daughter Lyric Anderson.
It’s not clear exactly what’s being filmed, but Roman and Anderson were flanked by stylists as they took in the sights at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida, March 6. And Roman tagging VH1 in her caption may indicate the moment was captured for her upcoming rumored “Basketball Wives” spinoff, “Beverly Trill Billies.”
“Thanking these beautiful souls for an amazing shoot! @lyricchanel @styledbyudi @tb_hairstylist @micahmiami #LooksOfVanity @vh1 💋❤️💋” Roman captioned one photoset.
“Posted up in @champion between takes #setlife @styledbyudi @tb_hairstylist @micahmiami #LooksOfVanity 💋” she captioned a separate photo, indicating what was being shot was for TV and not for a still photographer.
Whatever it is, fans are astounded by Roman continuing to secure her bag on TV on her own terms.
“You are killing a girl do your thing.😍👀”
“You’re amazing truly an beautiful spirit @tamiroman 👑👑👑👑 keep being great on purpose Queen.”
“You go girl still making moves I like your style.”
“yes my sis u r doung it grl. luv u.”
“U shinning ❤️”
As for the show Roman and Anderson could be working on, speculation emerged last summer that the reality star and actress had landed her own Mona Scott-Young–produced show separate from “Basketball Wives.”
“Living my blessed life 🙌🏽🙌🏽 #Squad @monascottyoung @reggieyb1 @erndukes,” the star wrote in the caption of the image.
Before the ball got rolling on the show, Roman disclosed to Life & Style magazine that doing it will provide the opportunity for her to share a new side of herself to viewers.
“I’m thankful that the spinoff is coming now because I get to show the many different facets and dimensions that aren’t actually seen on ‘Basketball Wives,’” she said that July. “You know I have this great guy, I have great children, I have a great career, I do a lot of philanthropy work, I’m involved socially in my community and outreach programs and I have an amazing blended family, and so it felt like the right time to do something like this.”