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‘Dear Santa, I Need a Date’ Star Reginae Carter Spills Her Dating Preference to Director Terri Vaughn in the Most Hilarious Way

Reginae Carter is one of the stars in TV One’s holiday film “Dear Santa, I Need a Date,” and during an interview with Atlanta Black Star she revealed what kind of guy she seems to prefer.

Carter was joined by the director of the film, Terri Vaughn, who got the 21-year-old to talk about her dating life. But first she spoke about her character.

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“Beautiful Reginae here is one of the dates that Ray J happens upon after going through an app,” Vaughn explained. “It’s funny because you don’t know what people are saying on these apps and what’s true and what’s not true. so he picks her, then goes on a date with her, then he’s surprised.”

Carter picked up the conversation from there and said she shares some similarities with her character.

“It’s funny because in some way I can kind of relate to my character because, like, you know, I’m younger and it’s this older dude,” she said. “I don’t want to give out too much, but it’s a twist in it that it’s like wow. This is what’s going on and I can kind of relate to it so I kind of, like, tapped in it. It was good for me.”

That’s when Vaughn got the daughter of Lil Wayne and Toya Wright to talk about her dating life.

Reginae Carter (left) — with some prompting from director Terri Vaughn (right) — talked about her dating preferences during an interview with Atlanta Black Star. (Photos: Paras Griffin/Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images, Leon Bennett/Getty Images Entertainment via Getty Images)

“So Reginae, you trying to tell me that you’re going out with older dudes?” asked Vaughn.

“Yes,” Carter answered, which made both ladies burst into laughter.

“Do they know how old you are?” the director followed.

“Yes,” Carter said again.

“Dear Santa, I Need a Date” premieres on Dec. 8, and it also stars Reagan Gomez-Preston, Jay DeVon Johnson, Anne-Marie Johnson, Isaiah Jarel and B. Simone, who also talked about her role in the film with Atlanta Black Star.

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