Co-stars Travis Winfrey (Omar) Charity Shea (April) and real-life newlywed  Denise Vasi (Raquel) are all back this season with their own storylines. DB Woodside returns as Keisha’s love interest, Malcolm,  Damien Dante Wayans plays Shea’s love interest and singer LeToya Luckett plays her new boss, a tough industry talent manager. Terrell Tilford returns as Sean, Keisha’s former love and Harold “House” Moore is back as Malcolm’s brother.

As for LisaRaye’s own single status, she says it’s unchanged, despite rumors of a romance with “Preachers of L.A.” star, Bishop Noel Jones.

“I never was dating Noel,” McCoy says. “You know how they do me. Everyone that they see me talking to they make it new couple alert. He’s a friend. I attend the church. He’s helped me out a lot as a mentor. I used to be a Buddhist for about five years. So I’ve actually been searching to find out how to have a greater relationship with God where I can hear from him and I can pray and it’s not just a five-minute prayer on your knees.”

LisaRaye says the title of single lady suits her on the show and in real life at the moment. She’s looking more to her various projects (all of which you can get more information on via her website) than she is to marry again. At least, right now.

“I really think that since the divorce and planting my feet firmly again where I do, you find power in that. I’m relevant. I’m out there. I got a hair line that’s coming out and a candle line. I’ve got a flat iron deal with RedPro. I feel good about my branding and what I’m doing and where I’m going and I know that has everything to do with God. I’m so thankful right now.”

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