The two booms of sitcoms about "all the single ladies," to steal a Beyonce quote, occurred decades apart.
The first took place in the summer of 1996 thanks to , and some other awesome shows that have been canceled.
ALL I know is i will be tuned in tonight to find out #readyforlove #theproposal #summerlove #Liferocks #abc A post shared by Lisa Raye Mc Coy (@thereallraye1) on Hmmmm Which one of these photos should i use for my dating profile?? Dear @Abcnetwork I want to find love, with a side of adventure a dash of laughter and a Tall glass of good god almighty he is fine dont forget to sprinkle on some intelligence and garnish with faith driven powerful success…Hit the flip to check out more photos of Lisa Raye’s new love, Anthony Bryant.He may be known as the trouble-making brother Terrence on VH1’s “Single Ladies”, but in real life Harold House Moore is a lover of charity and all things fashion.That really is a fan of love and believes in love.” So after sharing that she’d gone the online dating and swapping stories over drinks during happy hour routes, Lisa Raye may have finally found her perfect partner on TV. It's been an unbelievable journey and I'm looking forward to this new adventure.A post shared by Anthony Bryant (@anthonybryant3922) on , without the actual wedding. Anthony popped the question in Chicago, as he promised on the show, during a viewing party for their episode with family and friends. When EEW Magazine editors first heard unofficial reports swirling around that Bishop Noel Jones, 61, and actress Lisa Raye Mc Coy, 44, were engaged to be married (They are not engaged.), we viewed the whole "revelation" with an eye of skepticism, and didn't report on it.