Chante Moore, Lil Mo, and Claudette Ortiz may have had to straighten out the drama on last night's "R&B Divas: LA" reunion, but they surely glammed it up nicely for their new cover of Kontrol magazine.
We've got the full reunion show video inside in case you missed it, plus the gals' new cover.....
Host Wendy Williams came with the questions everybody wanted to know last night (and so did TheYBF.com if you caught our cameo!) during part 1 of the reunion show. So we finally got to the bottom of the Kelly Price mean-girl drama....and who was REALLY the brains behind the ladies getting together to do these monologues. Well, kinda.
Kelly & Chante Moore battled it out over who was approached first, what drama was started by the producers and more. And then "Fred" from the show came on stage to attempt to straighten things out.
It seemed like Kelly as trying her damndest not to lose her cool, and so was Chante. Especially when she said the real reason why she was mad at Kelly quitting "every 3 days" was because she's got checks to get and child support payments to make. SAY WHAT?!
Get into the reunion below:
And as for the fab ladies rocking that Kontrol cover (atop), they didn't hold back with throwing shade at the other cast in ATL. When asked in the mag what makes the LA cast different from Atlanta...
Claudette: The location makes a difference
Lil Mo: We have more notable songs and we’re cuter, young hip hop and r&b. We act younger and more fun.
And on why they decided to do the show:
Lil Mo: I never thought in a million years I’d do reality TV but I’m glad that I did because it’s given me an opportunity to get back out there and really promote what I love to do which is music.” “I was asked about the Atlanta cast but when I found out about LA, I knew I was a better fit.
Claudette: I’ve been approached to do reality TV but I wanted to make sure this was something worth pursuing seeing as I have three children. I didn’t want it to be exploitative and negative.
Chante: I was asked to share my life and the focus was going to be on my music, that’s what I liked about it.
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