Tamar Braxton Plays Off Sisters' Questions About Her Divorce in 'Braxton Family Values' Sneak Peek (Exclusive)

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Tamar Braxton isn't ready to put it all out there. 

The former Real co-host's divorce from Vincent Herbert becomes a topic of conversation on the season six premiere of Braxton Family Values -- and only ET has a sneak peek of Tamar's sisters trying to get to the truth of the situation. 

"Are you getting a divorce?" Toni asks in the clip, as Tamar plays around with a microphone. 

"Yup," she replies, goofing off at the table. "I am. 1,000 percent."

The next line of questioning comes from Trina. "What did Vince say when you told him you wanted a divorce?" she inquires, as Toni and Traci perk up to hear Tamar's response. 

"He said, 'Are you sure you don't want to go to counseling?'" Tamar says matter-of-factly, but her blunt replies don't seem to have her sisters convinced that there's not something deeper going on. 

"Tamar and Vince obviously love each other. I just think she doesn't want to talk about it," Toni tells the camera. "I think she's choosing to be tough, which is -- I mean, I get it, but it's not necessary with her sisters." 

See the full clip in the video player above. 

Tamar filed for divorce from Herbert last October, after nine years of marriage. The pair's split appeared messy at first, with Tamar accusing Herbert of cheating on her, but during a recent appearance on The View, Herbert denied rumors of infidelity -- and Tamar revealed that there's a possibility they could reconcile. 

Season six of Braxton Family Values premieres on Thursday at 9 p.m. ET/PT on WE tv. See more on Tamar's divorce drama in the video below. 


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