Tamar Braxton is an American singer and TV personality whose music career began in 1990 as a member of The Braxtons, an R&B group formed with sisters Traci, Trina, Towanda, and Toni Braxton. They released their debut album So Many Ways in 1996 but broke up soon afterward.
In 2000, Tamar Braxton released a self-titled solo album, followed by a second album, Love and War, in 2013. Other albums include Calling All Lovers and Bluebird of Happiness. During her music career, Tamar has won a BET Award and three Soul Train Music Awards; she has also been nominated for four Grammy Awards.
TV-wise, Tamar was featured on the We TV reality series, Braxton Family Values, with her sisters and mother. From 2013 to 2016, she served as a co-host on The Real. In 2019, she won Celebrity Big Brother.
- Full name: Tamar Estine Braxton
- Birthday: March 17, 1977
- Height: 5’7″
- Hometown: Severn, Md.
- Net worth: $3 million
- Relationship status: Single; previously married to Vincent Herbert (2008-2019); previously married to Darrell “Delite” Allamby (2001-2003)
- Kids: Logan Vincent Herbert
- Fun facts: Braxton has a five-octave vocal range; she was the first Black contestant to win Celebrity Big Brother; Braxton provided background vocals for Lady Gaga‘s hit “Born This Way.”