Iyanla Vanzant is getting back to fixing lives with a brand new season of her OWN show Iyanla: Fix My Life premiering March 3. Among those getting life repairs are Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood‘s Hazel E, Braxton Family Values star Trina Braxton, and music producer Mickey “Memphitz” Wright.
Being the offspring of one of the world’s biggest (and at times, most controversial) superstars can be a hard road, and over the past few years Whitney Houston and Bobby Brown’s daughter Bobbi Kristina has been making some concerning headlines involving car crashes, an eviction, a weight controversy and getting married to her sort-of-foster brother Nick Gordon. Who better to check in on Bobbi and make sure she’s on the right track than the Bob Vila of life coaches, Iyanla Vanzant?
The phrase “life coach” probably causes a lot of people to roll their eyes, but one woman has made a career out of being exactly that. On OWN’S Iyanla, Fix My Life, Iyanla Vanzant fixes everything from friendships and marriages to the lives of rap stars (DMX) and reality starlets (Real Housewives of Atlanta’s Sheree Whitfield). But what qualifies her to do so?
Own network’s therapeutic series Iyanla: Fix My Life returns for a second season Saturday, April 13, at 9/8c as accomplished author, inspirational speaker, talk show host, and spiritual mentor Iyanla Vanzant once again “goes behind closed doors and deep inside people’s lives for emotional, riveting conversations.” Keep reading to see photos of former The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Sheree Whitfield and her ex Bob Whitfield on the show and watch a brief preview clip featuring Sheree and Bob as well as the guest on the show’s second season premiere, DMX. (Plus and additional clip of Sheree from HLN talking about the media attention that goes along with being a reality star.)