Trailer: Lifetime’s Movie on the Life of Toni Braxton

LIFETIME MOVIE TONI BRAXTON UNBREAK MY HEART TARILERLifetime has just unveiled the trailer for their Toni Braxton biopic starring actress Lex Scott-Davis as the seven time Grammy winning singer.

Toni Braxton: Unbreak My Heart will premiere January 23 at 8pm and will immediately be followed by Beyond the Headlines: Toni Braxton at 10pm.

The movie is executive produced by Toni herself and will feature many of the singer’s biggest hits.
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Lifetime’s Toni Braxton Biopic Gets Its Cast

LIFETIME TONI BRAXTON BIOPIC GETS ITS CASTLifetime has just unveiled the full cast for their upcoming Toni Braxton biopic Unbreak My Heart.

Comprised of mostly unknowns, fans will recognize few familiar faces outside of TV veteran Debbie Morgan who will take on the role of family matriarch, Evelyn Braxton.

Other cast additions include actress Skye P. Marshall, who will play Towanda Braxton, LaToya Franklyn, who will play Trina Braxton, Tiffany Hines, who will play Tamar Braxton, Cortney Scott Wright, who will play Traci Braxton, Lex Scott-Davis, who will play Toni Braxton and Gavin Houston, who surprisingly looks a lot like his character Kenneth Babyface Edmonds.
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Toni Braxton Lifetime Biopic

A Toni Braxton Lifetime Biopic is Reportedly in the Works

Toni Braxton Lifetime BiopicAre you guys ready for a Toni Braxton Lifetime biopic? Well ready or not the network is already planning to bring the Grammy-award winning singer’s life story to the small screen.

According to published reports, Unbreak My Heart: The Toni Braxton Story, is already in the works and has found a director in actor Vondie Curtis Hall. Both Toni and Vondie have worked with Lifetime in the past. Hall directed the network’s 2012 film Abducted: The Carlina White Story, while Toni starred in their 2013 film Twist of Faith.
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Toni Braxton to Be Honored by the NAACP


Singer Toni Braxton will be honored with the prestigious Spirit Award by the Beverly Hills/Hollywood chapter of the NAACP for her work in the theatre.

Tony’s longtime collaborator and “After Midnight” co-star Babyface will present the R&B diva with the award at this year’s 24th Annual NAACP Theatre Awards, set to go down Monday, November 17 at the Saban Theatre in Beverly Hills, California.
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Toni & Babyface Release New Christmas Music


Toni Braxton and Babyface have teamed up again- this time to bring us their take on the Christmas classic ‘Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas.’

Toni unveiled the tune late last night via her Facebook page, letting fans know the track will officially be available for download on November 19th.

Toni and Babyface put a sexy twist on the classic, which has previously been recorded by everyone from Judy Garland to Mary J. Blige.
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Toni Braxton & Babyface Delay New Album


In a sudden turn of events, Toni Braxton and Babyface have decided to delay their ‘Love, Marriage & Divorce’ album until 2014.

Once scheduled for release on December 3rd, the album will now be released on February 4th, just in time for the Valentine’s Day gift-giving season.

‘Hurt You’, the pair’s first duet together in almost 20 years, is a bonafide Adult Contemporary radio hit according to Billboard, peaking at #3, and marking Babyface’s return to the charts after an almost eight year hiatus.
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Toni Braxton’s New Album Cover


Toni Braxton and Babyface’s new Love, Marriage & Divorce CD has officially gotten a cover image and new release date.

Once scheduled to be unveiled on December 3rd, the pair have now moved the release date up by a week to November 25th. They have also revealed the cover, which I have posted up top. The album title, which was rumored to undergo a name change, only got an “&” added to it, which I think is pretty sad. I believe a more upbeat title would have been a better choice.

Toni was asked about the title in a recent interview with Rollingstone and had this to say: “I think because Babyface and I have both gone through divorces, we can relate and we can collaborate together on this topic and make it so others who have gone through this situation can relate as well.”