R&B Singer/Reality TV Star, Tamar Braxton stopped by Nick Cannon Mornings to talk about her new show ‘To Catch A Beautician’ on VH1.
“The execs at VH1 came up with the show with me in mind, and pitched it to me, and I thought it was amazing because a lot of people don’t know because we don’t talk about it on Braxton Family Values, that my mother was a hairstylist growing up.” She continued, “For me, hair has been a thing in our household, especially because my mom is a hairstylist and there’s 5 women, and so this is something near and dear to my heart.” She says that she wanted to lend a helping hand with some many catastrophic stories about bad hairstylists.
Nick tells the R&B star that she has always brings fun to a situation and has always been so outspoken and unapologetic on her shows and in her music and is proud that she always has stayed true to herself. He asked if that was by design or if she really doesn’t care what anyone has to say. She laughed and replied, “I wish it was a marketing plan, because some situations… I’ve really gotten myself into a pickle. But, you know, I am the youngest of five girls with one being a superstar and growing up I was always expected to be like my sister and it never worked for me. I’ve always had this big voice and could sing. And people would throw me in ball gowns at 15 and 16, and sit on stage and sing like Whitney and Toni. But I couldn’t sing like that, so it didn’t work.
Check out the full interview: