Evelyn Lozada struck a pose with Nelly and Sway Calloway while visiting SiriusXM Studios in New York City today. This week, the ‘Basketball Wives’ star revealed that she has fulfilled her contractual obligations as a cast member of the hit reality series is concerned — and is now ready for her own solo spin-off.
“I signed on to do five seasons and this is our fifth. I don’t really see me doing a sixth season. I know I can carry my own show, pretty much carried this one,” she said.
“I would do my own show because I know I would have creative control. I’m in a different space,” she continued. “I’m open to doing a spin-off, but just not with a cast of women.”
Ev’s prior shot at a solo series was canned following by VH1 after Chad Johnson’s arrest for misdemeanor domestic violence.
After focusing on the dismantle of Evelyn Lozada and Chad Johnson’s marriage, ‘Basketball Wives’ is finally getting back to what it’s known for — borderline basic middle-aged women talking behind each other’s backs and the subsequent cat fights.
In the sneak peek of tonight’s episode, Tasha Marbury catches up with the former Mrs. Johnson to discuss Tami Roman jumping into her feelings over Shaunie O’Neal saying that their introductory meeting could go “really right or really wrong.”
With the new season of ‘Basketball Wives’ being filmed following the aftermath of the whole fiasco between Evelyn Lozada and Chad Johnson, it seems that the show’s title should have been changed to ‘Basketball Wives: We’re Gonna Talk About Chad And Evelyn Every Episode Because That’s The Only Storyline We Got’.
In the sneak peek of tonight’s episode, Ev speaks to her therapist about her past relationship with now ex-husband. Continue reading
Tami Roman dialed up Philly’s 107.9 Morning Show to set the record straight on her controversial advice to friend Evelyn Lozada towards the end of the ‘Basketball Wives’ Season 5 premiere episode on Monday night.
“Evelyn has openly admitted since we taped a year ago, that had the world not been involved, had nobody known what had happened she would have gone right back to Chad. So with her saying that, my advice then became, if that’s the relationship you want to keep and you feel like it’s worth saving — go to counseling.”
While out to dinner with the rest of the girls, Tami made the suggestion to Evelyn that if she believed her marriage to Chad Johnson was worth saving that she should “step out on faith” and give him a second chance.