Tamar Braxton

Feb
6
Mariah Carey, Tamar Braxton, & Jennifer Hudson to Perform at ‘BET Honors’

Mariah Carey

Mariah Carey, Tamar Braxton, and Jennifer Hudson will help salute African-American icons at this year’s “BET Honors.”

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Feb
5
Tamar Braxton Takes Over ‘Watch What Happens Live’

Tamar Braxton

Tamar Braxton was back in the Bravo Clubhouse during her visit to “Watch What Happens Live” on Tuesday. Looking pretty in pink, the “Love and War” singer chatted with Andy Cohen about her shutout at the Grammys (She was nominated for three awards) and issued a hilarious 20-second response to her critics, who made fun of her Soul Train Awards outfit.

“Be mad ’cause SHE won three awards that night,” said Tamar, who will tour throughout March.

She also addressed her sister Towanda’s rumored relationship with “Real Housewives of Atlanta” star Kordell Jackson and her rocky relationship with her sisters.

“I love my sisters to death and I’ve apologized 150,000 times. I can’t do anymore than that,” said Tamar. “I’m sorry, I’m sorry, I’m sorry. Let’s be friends.”

After the show, she stuck around to witness Andy Cohen officiate the wedding of two men. Watch the emotional moment below.

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Jan
8
Tamar Braxton Brings It ‘All the Way Home’ on ‘Ellen’

Tamar Braxton

Tamar Braxton wasted no time getting back to work after the holiday break. On Wednesday, the R&B songstress appeared on “The Ellen DeGeneres Show,” where she performed her Love and War single “All the Way Home” and showed off photos of her 7-month-old son Logan.

“He got the faces from me,” said the proud mom.

She also flaunted the massive diamond ring she received from her husband Vince. “I don’t even know if it’s a Christmas present because my husband owed me a push gift and I didn’t get it, so I think this is like a combination,” she said.

On January 26, Tamar will attend the Grammys, where she is nominated for three awards. Her talk show, “The Real,” has also been picked up for fall 2014.

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Dec
23
Tamar Braxton Performs ‘Silent Night’ on ‘The Queen Latifah Show’

Tamar Braxton

Tamar Braxton lent her angelic voice to the holiday music episode of “The Queen Latifah Show.” Accompanied by a guitarist, the “Braxton Family Values” star performed an acoustic version of the Christmas carol “Silent Night,” which appears on her holiday album Winter Loversland.

After giving birth to her first child and releasing two albums in 2013, Tamar has a lot to look forward to in the new year. The singer is nominated three times at the 56th Annual Grammy Awards and her daytime talk show “The Real” has been picked up for fall 2014.

Tamartians, get your life with her stripped-down set.

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Dec
6
Tamar Braxton Brings ‘Winter Loversland’ to CityWalk

Tamar Braxton

‘Tis the season for Tamar. The youngest Braxton sister spread some holiday cheer at Universal CityWalk in Universal City on Thursday. Dressed in a sparkly gown, she performed songs off her Christmas album Winter Loversland as part of the entertainment center’s holiday concert series.

After lighting the tree, she gave her Tamartians their holiday life with “Sleigh Ride” and “Away in a Manger/Little Drummer Boy.” Plus, she brought out her sister Trina to duet on “The Chipmunk Song.”

See Tamar rock around the Christmas tree.

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Dec
4
Videos: Tamar Braxton – ‘All the Way Home’ + ‘She Can Have You’

All the Way Home

Christmas comes early for Tamar Braxton’s Tamartians. After wrapping her tour with John Legend earlier this week, the “Braxton Family Values” star debuts not one, but two music videos.

A blonde Tamar drives home in her red Rolls-Royce Phantom to be with her man, played by her husband Vincent Herbert, in the visuals for her Sevyn Streeter-penned single “All the Way Home,” which appears on her album Love and War.

In the video for her Winter Loversland single “She Can Have You,” a lonely Tamar shares her Christmas blues as she sits by the fireplace and drinks her sorrows away.

Unwrap both of Tamar’s gifts below.

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Dec
2
Jennifer Hudson, Tamar Braxton, K. Michelle, & Wale Perform at Soul Train Awards

K. Michelle

There were tears, tributes, and plenty of thrills when the Soul Train Awards 2013 aired last night on BET and Centric. Hosted by Anthony Anderson, this year’s show paid homage to the soul soundtrack of the ’90s, with performances from today’s brightest stars and the legends before them.

Jennifer Hudson kicked off the two-and-a-half hour show at Las Vegas’ Orleans Arena with her new single “I Can’t Describe (The Way I Feel),” accompanied by Evelyn “Champagne” King, Chaka Khan, and T.I.

An emotional Tamar Braxton picked up two awards for Best R&B/Soul Female Artist and the Ashford and Simpson Songwriter’s Award and later performed a medley including “Love and War,” “The One,” and “All the Way Home.”

Best New Artist winner K. Michelle delivered a very special performance of “Can’t Raise a Man” and “V.S.O.P.,” while Wale teamed up with Mint Condition’s Stokley Williams for a mash-up of Marvin Gaye’s “Inner City Blues” and “LoveHate Thing.”

Lifetime Achievement Award recipient Keith Sweat brought down the house with a medley of his greatest hits including “Make It Last Forever,” for which he was joined by Faith Evans.

Dionne Warwick was honored with the Legend Award and received a star-studded salute from Ron Isley, Ruben Studdard, Chrisette Michelle, Gladys Knight, and “American Idol” winner Candice Glover.

Slick Rick, Warren G, Dougie E. Fresh, and Big Daddy Kane brought back memories with an old school hip-hop medley, while the “Blue-Eyed Soul” set starred Jon B., Bobby Caldwell, Dave Koz, and Vanilla Ice, who had the crowd in its feet with “Ice Ice Baby.”

Other big winners included Kendrick Lamar (Album of the Year), Janelle Monáe (Video of the Year for “Q.U.E.E.N.”), Robin Thicke (Song of the Year for “Blurred Lines”), and Ashanti (Best Independent R&B/Soul Performance for “Never Should Have”).

Watch highlights from the show below.

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