Braxton Family Values, Tamar Braxton
Anyone who's seen Braxton Family Values (Tuesdays at 9/8c on We) knows that the littlest Braxton sister, Tamar, needs no introduction, but if she did, it would most certainly include the words "dot com." The mouthy singer, who regularly adds Internet extensions to her speech for emphasis, talked to us about Braxton family candor, playing to the camera and why she's actually on a "dot-com diet." (How many Weight Watchers points are in a medium "dot org," anyway?)
Your sister Toni told me that this show was your idea. Was it a result of you merely looking around at your family and taking note of all the great material in front of you?
Tamar Braxton: It was actually at Thanksgiving dinner. I was watching everybody and I just knew it had to be on TV...
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