VH1 has a new spinoff show brewing, and word on the street is Atlanta’s finest exes will be joining the cast.
According to Straight From The A blog, the network plans to begin filming “Hollywood Exes: Atlanta” within the new few months and the former boos include:
Sheree Buchanan (Ex-wife of former Falcons player Ray Buchanan), Christina Johnson (Ex Wife of Cee-Lo Green), Tameka Foster Raymond (Ex-Wife of Usher Raymond), Kim Elba (Ex-wife of Idris Elba), Monica Ambrose (ex-wife of Ashley Ambrose, a former NFL baller who played for several teams including the Atlanta Falcons) and Monyetta Shaw (Ex Fiance’ of Ne-Yo).
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Sources say each of the women live “in Atlanta and their social lives have all crossed paths at some point in time.”
Tameka went through very messy divorce with ex-husband Usher however we’ve yet to hear her side of the story. And, we definitely want to know the dish behind Ne-Yo’s Instagram breakup with Monyetta in June. So, if the ladies do decide to sign on the dotted line there’s a lot we want to know!
The cast is not yet set in stone, but if this group does grace our television screens then we already know VH1 has another hit reality series in its hands.
What do you think of the “Hollywood Exes” Atlanta spinoff? Do you plan to tune in?
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