Remember when Tamar Braxton said she puts away her “divatude” when it comes to her husband? That was a lie.
Today, WeTV released a “first look” at The Braxton’s reality show spinoff “Tamar and Vince” a.k.a All Tamar, All The Time and if anything that divatude is turned all the way up.
Tamar Braxton has said that “Tamar and Vince” is a chance for her to show her fans her “wife” side as opposed to the “sister” side we see on Braxton Family Values.
According to WeTV:
This new show will follow Tamar in her ongoing pursuit of pop super stardom, with husband Vince Herbert helping and supporting her every step of the way.
In Tamar’s world, anything can happen, but Vince is always there to be the voice of reason, and bring her back down to earth. Viewers will get an inside look at their complicated yet devoted relationship, including how their upscale lifestyle must adjust as Vince recovers from a recent life-threatening health scare.
There aren’t a lot of examples of strong marriages on television today and it’s nice to see Tamar and Vince together. However, despite Tamar’s sing-song voiceover in this clip, their relationship seems more “dysfunctional” than “fairytale” but maybe that’s only what the commercial is showing. I’m sure WETv is promoting the whole “Tamar is the loud one and Vince is the laid back one, opposites attract and live happily ever after” thing. That’s cute and all, but him saying “I’m stuck here” after less than four years of marriage is not a good sign. I’m guessing he was kidding?
We all know that reality shows starring married couples often end up chronicling the end of that marriage but Tamar says that’s not happening for them. She told Jet Magazine “reality TV marriages fail because they’re being fake, and then when they see it on TV they argue.” In this promo, it looks like all this couple does is argue so I don’t know what she meant by that.
Maybe the reality show curse won’t fall on them. They say they’re each other’s best friend and they’ve definitely been through a lot together. But after watching this promo, we can only hope they make it to season 2 without getting divorced dot com.
What do you think? Will you be watching Tamar and Vince? Does their relationship seem dysfunctional to you?
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