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Mouth almighty Tamar Braxton (pictured far left) will finally get a platform to chat about all as Telepictures Productions and Warner Bros. TV gives her, actress Tamera Mowry-Housley (pictured second from left), comedienne Loni Love (pictured center), fashion expert Jeannie Mai (pictured second from right), and former Cheetah Girl Adrienne Bailon (pictured far right), a four-week test run talk show called “The Real” on Fox-owned stations, reports Yahoo.

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The chatfest will premiere on July 15th and air in major areas, such as New York; Los Angeles; Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia; Phoenix; Houston; and Tampa.

The show is being produced with high hopes that it will capture and hold the attention of younger female viewers, who share the hostesses’ similar life experiences such as  getting pregnant, dating, or being a newlywed.

Watch “The Real” talk show trailer here:

Successful TV show test runs usually wind up securing a spot on TV Guide’s lineup. Talk divas such as Wendy Williams and Bethanny Frankel had talk shows that tested over a summer and wound up becoming huge hits that now occupy permanent network slots.

According to Telepictures President Hilary Estey McLoughlin, these young women will hopefully have a lot of welcomed info to share with their audience, “Tamar, Loni, Adrienne, Jeannie, and Tamera are five amazing women of different ages and races — all at different places in their lives who reflect the experiences the audience is going through at the same time as they are.”

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