News: Faith Evans Makes Big Move To Reality TV, "I Am Excited To Share This Incredible Experience"
Monday, Feb 8, 2010 5:30PM
R&B singer Faith Evans has announced plans to launch a new reality show called "It's All About Faith" showcasing her return to the music spotlight.
According to reports, the series will focus on the late Notorious B.I.G.'s ex-wife as she opens up about her personal life.
E1 Television, in partnership with Faith Evans and Ten2One Entertainment, has developed a new reality series, "It's All About Faith," chronicling Evans' return to the music scene after a 5-year hiatus. Viewers will get a glimpse into her grind behind the music as Evans juggles a lively home life and resurgent career with her husband/manager Todd Russaw and their four children. Each episode will take you into the very real life of this superwoman as she shares her personal experiences in and out of the spotlight. (Press Release)
Both E1 Televison CEO John Morayniss and Evans have confirmed the partnership.
"Working with Faith on her new highly anticipated album and this compelling reality series is a perfect example of how E1 Entertainment is implementing its strategy of utilizing its three business pillars," Morayniss said in a statement. "2010 is shaping up to be an amazing year for me! To be in a place where I have grown from an entertainer to an entrepreneur is truly a blessing. I am excited to share this incredible experience with my fans and the world," Faith added. (Statement)
Evans released her Keep the Faith: A Memoir book discussing her time with the late Biggie Smalls last year.
"It's been over ten years since Big was killed. I grieved for him for a very long time. And then, as time passed, the icy wall of grief surrounding my heart began to thaw and I began to heal. I remarried, had more children, and continued to record and release more music. I continued to live my life. And while I can never discount the time I spent with Big, I've never felt the need to live in the past." (Amazon)
The singer has released music on Bad Boy Records and Capitol Records.
In 2001, Evans released her third album, Faithfully, a more up-tempo record that received her strongest reviews to date; it also produced hit singles in "You Gets No Love" and "I Love You," and her duet with Carl Thomas on "Can't Believe" was nominated for a Grammy. It was her last album for Bad Boy, however; Evans moved to Capitol in 2005 for The First Lady. (All Music)
No further details have been released as of now.