Toni Braxton’s Reality Series, ‘Braxton Family Values’, Renewed For Second Season

WE tv announced Tuesday (May 10) that the network has renewed it’s popular reality series, “Braxton Family Values,” for a second season. The news comes after just four episodes into the first season, which follows singer/songwriter Toni Braxton and her four sisters — Tamar, Trina, Towanda and Traci — as they navigate the drama created by the relationships among them. Recently called “… guilty-pleasure gold” by Entertainment Weekly
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Toni Braxton & Family Land Reality Show On WE Network

2010 just wasn’t Toni Braxton’s year. In October, the singer filed for bankruptcy for the second time in her career. Then in November, she revealed her long battle with lupus. However, it looks like 2011 is starting off on a positive note for the 43-year-old singer. Braxton has landed her own reality series on the revamped WE network, alongside many members of her family, called “Braxton Family Values”…
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Toni Braxton Reveals Battle With Lupus

Singer Toni Braxton has been having a tough time financially, but she revealed a medical problem she’s been suffering from on Tuesday (November 16) — lupus. With her mother and sisters by her side, the 43-year-old singer went public with her battle with lupus during the 8th Annual Lupus L.A. Hollywood Bag Ladies Luncheon at the Beverly Wilshire hotel this week. “Take a look, this is what lupus looks like,” Braxton said…
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Toni Braxton Files For Bankruptcy … Again

Toni Braxton is having some financial problems. It’s so bad, she’s reportedly filed for bankruptcy, claiming she up to $50 million in debt. According to TMZ, the 43-year-old recently filed for Chapter 7 bankruptcy in California, claiming she’s only worth up to maybe $10 million, but could have up to $50 million in debts. Some of the various creditors she owes money to include AT&T, The Four Seasons Hotels, Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, DirecTV, Neiman Marcus, Tiffany & Co…
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