Tamar Braxton says therapy helped her join Queen’s Court to find her next love

Tamar Braxton says therapy helped her find her happily ever after on the reality show Queen’s court. 

The singer, 46, revealed she had gotten engaged in the season finale of the reality show Queen’s Court, which debuted on Peacock March 16. 

The My Man artist met her man, Jeremy ‘JR’ Robinson, 46, on the reality show. The attorney he had been pursing her hot and heavy from the start. 

In an appearance on The Jennifer Hudson Show Friday, the BET award winner, looked stunning in a black and white Versace outfit.

Therapy: Tamar Braxton says therapy helped her find her happily ever after on the reality show Queen’s court. In an appearance on The Jennifer Hudson show, the singer said, ‘I’m still in counseling. it’s something that you have to continuously work on which is yourself ‘

The twice-divorced Tamar revealed that going through therapy helped her decide to take part in the reality show, in which she and two other women had to choose from 21 different men to be their one and only ‘king.’

‘I’m still in counseling. I feel like that’s something that’s ongoing in one’s life. It’s not just like a period of your life, it’s something that you have to continuously work on  which is yourself and so that’s what I do.’ 

On Queen’s Court, Tamar was one of three high profile women looking for love, alongside former Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada and Complicated singer Nivea. The show was hosted by Rodney Peete and Holly Robinson Peete. 

When talking about her efforts to find Mr. Right, Tamar said her son, Logan, nine, sometimes gave her ‘Daddy vibes’ when going on a date.

She shares the fourth grader with her ex-husband Vincent Herbert, 50.

Tamar said she believes Logan is ‘attracted to the idea’ of being part of a blended family.

That’s a good thing, as Tamar posted on Instagram, that she and JR have six children between them.    

Daddy vibes: Tamar revealed that her son, Logan, nine, would give 'daddy vibes' to her when she went on a date, but she hopes he is 'attracted to the idea' of being part of a blended family

Daddy vibes: Tamar revealed that her son, Logan, nine, would give ‘daddy vibes’ to her when she went on a date, but she hopes he is ‘attracted to the idea’ of being part of a blended family

Blended family: Tamar became engaged to attorney JR Robinson on the season finale of Queen's Court. Sharing the good news on social media she wrote that they have six children between them

Blended family: Tamar became engaged to attorney JR Robinson on the season finale of Queen’s Court. Sharing the good news on social media she wrote that they have six children between them 

Reality: On Queen's Court, Tamar (center) was one of three high profile women looking for love, alongside Complicated singer Nivea (left) and former Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada (right). The show was hosted by Rodney Peete and Holly Robinson Peete

Reality: On Queen’s Court, Tamar (center) was one of three high profile women looking for love, alongside Complicated singer Nivea (left) and former Basketball Wives star Evelyn Lozada (right). The show was hosted by Rodney Peete and Holly Robinson Peete

Now that’s she’s in a happier place romantically, The One singer and Jennifer delivered some dating advice in a question and answer sequence called Tamar’s Takes. 

When asked about ‘arguing with another woman over a man,’ Tamar was quick to answer, ‘We ain’t got time for that baby.’ 

‘If you got to argue over him,’ she continued, ‘He don’t belong to you.’

A question about cheating resulted in another strong answer. 

‘Is there a conversation after we find out? There’s no conversation.’

Dating advice: Now that's she's in a happier place romantically, The One singer and Jennifer delivered some dating advice in a question and answer sequence called Tamar's Takes

Dating advice: Now that’s she’s in a happier place romantically, The One singer and Jennifer delivered some dating advice in a question and answer sequence called Tamar’s Takes

Younger men: Tamar told Jennifer that if a guy is late for a date, she doesn't give him a second chance. And as for younger men, the 46-year-old quipped, 'Well, ain't nothing wrong with a little Junior mint'

Younger men: Tamar told Jennifer that if a guy is late for a date, she doesn’t give him a second chance. And as for younger men, the 46-year-old quipped, ‘Well, ain’t nothing wrong with a little Junior mint’

And if the guy is late on the first date, ‘that’s an automatic “you don’t get a second one.”‘

‘Let me tell you why, she explained. ‘Because I feel like you’re wasting my time and you’re not valuing the time that we set to have together, so therefore I know that you’re not going to have a lot of respect for me if we take this relationship somewhere.’

As for younger men, ‘Well, ain’t nothing wrong with a little Junior mint,’ she quipped. 

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