Find Out Who Else Will Be Guest Starring On Single Ladies This Season

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We’ve been dropping hints for a while now about what’s been going on behind the scenes in Atlanta on the Single Ladies set…we’ve snagged some backstage photos, we’ve heard from some of the cast, and we even visited the set. (We’ll have TONS of interviews and video clips to show you once the season starts up — sorry, there are just too many spoilers that we can’t reveal right now in those chats.) But in case we haven’t done a good enough job pounding the premiere date into your brains, we’ll say it again: MEMORIAL DAY, people! Season two begins on Monday, May 28 at 9 p.m. ET/PT, and oh, the guest stars you’ll see. By now it’s no surprise that Romeo, T.I., and La La Anthony will be showing up this season, but who else will be showing up? How about Lauren London, returning as Shelly, Rick Fox, Paula Patton, Big Boi, Chilli, and Dancing With The Stars hot-hot-hottie William Levy? And that’s just the beginning. Check out the release below which has a more complete list of who to expect on the show this season.

VH1 IS SERVING A SECOND SEASON OF LOVE, SEX AND RELATIONSHIPS
THIS MEMORIAL DAY WITH THE RETURN OF HIT SCRIPTED SERIES
“SINGLE LADIES”

Season 2 Premieres May 28 AT 9PM ET/PT

Guest Appearances Include: Big Boi, Chilli, Eve, La La Anthony, Lauren London, Paula Patton, Rick Fox, Romeo, T.I., William Levy, Executive Producer Queen Latifah and Others



New York, New York – May 3, 2012- VH1 and Queen Latifah’s Flavor Unit Entertainment are bringing sexy back to summer with the Memorial Day second season premiere of the hit scripted series “Single Ladies.” After averaging 3 million total viewers during premiere plus first encore each Monday night, VH1′s first hour-long scripted series returns with fan favorites LisaRaye McCoy (Keisha) and Charity Shea (April), along with the series debut of actress Denise Vasi (Raquel) as a new co-lead. “Single Ladies” season 2 will premiere May 28 at 9PM ET/PT on VH1.

Season 2 of VH1′s “Single Ladies” turns up the heat and brings a whole new dose of sex, love and betrayal for Keisha, April and Raquel. Still reeling from Malcolm’s run-in with the FBI, Keisha (LisaRaye McCoy) is forced to decide just how loyal she is to her flame, especially since the facts aren’t lining up in Malcolm’s favor. With the surprise return of the man who broke her heart, Keisha finds herself reminiscing on the past and wondering if she ended things too quickly. April (Charity Shea) finds herself entering the dating game after being off the market since she was 18 years old. But she is discovering the game isn’t quite what she remembers. Meanwhile, newcomer Raquel (Denise Vasi) has spent her entire life living up to her parents’ expectations. A long-time childhood friend of Keisha’s, Raquel has found herself in the role of the “good girl” for years. With encouragement from Keisha and April, Raquel finds herself at a crossroads: should she finally take a stand in her life and make her own choices or does her mother really know best? This season the women of “Single Ladies” have several new romantic storylines including one with Latin heartthrob William Levy, whose character “Antonio” reconnects with his former flame Raquel, while “One Life to Live” alum Terrell Tilford’s character “Sean” returns to shake up Keisha’s love life.

The cast includes: LisaRaye McCoy, Charity Shea, Denise Vasi, DB Woodside, Travis Winfrey and Terrell Tilford. Season 2 guest appearances include: Anthony Williams, Big Boi, Cassandra Freeman, Chilli, Eve, Flex Alexander, Harold “House” Moore, La La Anthony, Lauren London, Michelle Van Der Water, Omar Gooding, Paula Patton, Pilar Sanders, Rick Fox, Ricky Whittle, Romeo, Tank, T.I., Tony Rock, William Levy and others. Executive producer Queen Latifah will also appear in the series.

“Single Ladies” is a romantic comedy series about Keisha, Raquel and April – best friends with different philosophies on love, sex and relationships, proving not all women have the same desires. Set in the world of Atlanta fashion, music and celebrity, “Single Ladies” asks the question: What do women really want?

For additional information on VH1, follow @VH1 on Twitter or “Like” VH1 on Facebook, and visit VH1.com for all the latest in music and celebrity news. For full episodes, clips and bonus content from the first season, visit SingleLadies.VH1.com.

Executive producers include Queen Latifah, Shakim Compere, and Shelby Stone for Flavor Unit Entertainment. Executive producers also include Maggie Malina, Alex A. Motlagh for POPfilms, Stacy A. Littlejohn, and Tamra Davis. Executive producing for VH1 are Jill Holmes and Jeff Olde. “Single Ladies” is written and created by Stacy A. Littlejohn and directed by Tamra Davis.

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  1. jackie says:

    who takking STACY PLACE????

  2. Eve says:

    I absolutely can not wait for the new season to begin!

  3. Gwen Barnes says:

    Suggestions of some guys to appear on Single Ladies TV show:
    Cole Hauser
    Boris Kojoe
    Christian Keyes
    Shemar Moore
    Laz Alonzo
    D. L. Hughley
    Brian White, Adam Rodriguez, Michael Ealy

  4. deshawn says:

    Who in the hell said Lisa Raye could act man, why yall didn’t replace her with someone else like Black women that could act like Vivica or Sanna Lathan come on now..Lisa Raye is so tired if it wasn’t for Stacey and the white girl on the show it wouldn’t be that good, Lisa Raye needs acting lesson stick to reality shows( watching her reality show is like watching paint dry) but anyway she is a horrible actress, i hope this new chick make the show like Stacey did..cause Nobody watches the show cause of Lisa, she is a hot mess acting…

  5. Megan says:

    WHY IS STACY DASH GONE??? LIKE REALLY!!!!! LISA RAYE HAS MET HER MATCH A WOMEN THAT TOPS HER BY 20 (STACY DASH) SHE 40 PLUS STILL LOOKING LIKE SHE 22. AND FYI LISA RAYE IF U WANNA BLAME SOMEONE BLAME THE WRITER US FOOL

  6. Jessy says:

    Disappointed that Stacey Dash isn’t in the season…I loved how her character left off last season. Not even interested in watching anymore (maybe just the William Levy episode, lol). I agree with the other posts Lisa Raye is a HORRIBLE “actress”. There are a ton of other black women that could be so much more convincing in that role. Her timing is off, her expressions are fake…even the white girl is bad…come on now honestly the only good one you had on there was Stacey Dash (guess I have nothing to tune in for now)…also I’m mad that the producers would just go for some Stacey Dash look-alike. Why not focus on the acting, just create a new character…I mean this show is for ADULTS…who do you think you’re fooling??? lmao

  7. Gerri says:

    Even though Stacey Dash is no longer on the show, I still love it very much. It’s the best drama/comedy since Soul Food, the series..