Tamar Braxton was fired from "The Real" almost a year ago. As the one-year mark since her exit is approaching, she is giving a few details about her upcoming talk show that Steve Harvey promised her last June. Shortly after she was removed from the talk show after her second season, Tamar appeared on the Steve Harvey radio show where he was extremely sympathetic. When he suggested that he would help her start her own talk show, some people were skeptical and believed it would never happen.

Details about Tamar's talk show

The singer and youngest of the Braxton sisters says she's ready to go solo. She has recently given some details about her upcoming talk show.

The "Love & War" singer will be assigned to Harvey's production company. According to a statement from Harvey, his production company has already signed her to produce a talk show. Tamar's new show will be under Harvey's East 112th Street Productions.

The 40-year-old singer and television personality recently told Essence magazine that even though not much progress has been made, the talk show is definitely going to happen. She was very convincing when she said the show is going to be amazing with all the plans they have in mind.

Last year, Braxton said her new show would debut in September 2017. However, that date has not been confirmed recently. Tamar's fan club, Tamaritans, and others are waiting to hear more details about Tamar's talk show and a concrete date of the launch. Viewers said they would watch to see what the show is all about.

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'The Real'

It has been almost a year since Tamar Braxton's seat has been vacant on "The Real." Sometimes there are guests co-hosts, but most of the time, the four regular co-hosts are the only ones hosting the show. In fact, viewers tend to like it when the show includes only Adrienne Houghton, Jeannie Mai, Tamera Mowry-Housley and Loni Love. The chemistry seems much better without having an extra person, especially during their "Girl Chat" segment.

The syndicated talk show was released on Fox-owned stations on September 15, 2014. It is now in its third season and has been renewed to run through 2018. The way it is going, "The Real" could be renewed for more seasons.