Love and Hip Hop Atlanta K Michelle Confirms New Reality Show and Dating Indiana Pacer On The Wendy Williams Show; Is NBA Star Still w/ Ex?
By Staff Writer | July 24, 2013 02:02 AM EDT
After performing "VSOP" off her upcoming album Rebellious Soul on The Wendy Williams Show, K. Michelle talked about her love life and future with reality show "Love and Hip-Hop Atlanta."
At the end of her set, the singer told Wendy that this will be her last season on "Love and Hip-Hop ATL." In fact, when the talk show host asked K about rumors of her getting her own reality show the entertainer didn't deny the allegation.
"I hear you were getting your own reality show," said Williams.
"Yes," said K as she put her finger to her month as if it was a kept secret.
On the hip-hop reality show, K. Michelle is known for not having a man. Recently gossip surfaced that she was mingling with Indiana Pacer Lance Stephenson. Thus, Wendy had to take the opportunity get it straight from the source.
"It's on," said K when asked about being with the NBA player. "I keep smiling, I'm happy. It took a long time."
Last week, the singer went to Twitter to brag about her a Stephenson's bowling date night.
— K.Michelle (@kmichelle) July 16, 2013
K. Michelle's excitement may be short lived because according to Bossip.com, Lance might not be done with his two-year-old daughter's mother who is pregnant with their second child. The reality star seems to have a thing for the ballers because she has also been linked up to J.R. Smith. The Examiner reported the the two were found kissing each other in the club. Rebellious Soul hits stores August 13th. Follow @ZeeMeekPeek
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