The ladies continue to share their personal lives with each other and each reveals a little more each episode.
This show is clearly a launchpad for the talented individuals, who otherwise would be chugging along on their own without television as a promo tool.
City High’s Claudette Ortiz even revealed during a recent interview with Bossip that she was homeless during her musical hiatus and practically living in her car prior to landing her role on the show.
Prior to the show, I had really hit rock bottom and I was at a crossroads where I just had to [do the show]. All the little odd jobs that I was doing?were not enough to raise my children. So, I had to make a choice of am I going to continue going this way?
I was having a rough night. I had to leave the place I was at, and I was driving with the things in my trunk and my kids were asleep and I had nowhere to go. And that night Phil Thorton (producer) from the show texted me, but that night I was upset and I was crying.
R&B Divas: L.A. is like a breath of fresh air in comparison to it’s Atlanta predecessor and hopefully it will give the ladies the platform they need to share their talents.
In case you missed it, watch episode #1 of R&B Divas L.A. below and feel free to share your thoughts…