“I have not spoken with her,” Loni Love told Page Six Tuesday. “None of the girls have spoken to her — we’ve reached out, but we haven’t heard from her. People just want time. You can’t badger them or make them talk, it’s understandable.”
The 45-year-old added the co-hosts have no input when it comes to finding a replacement for Braxton, 39.
“The studio is responsible, they’re making the decisions,” she said firmly. “It’s not a decision any of the co-hosts can make. [The producers] are weighing their options … I’m pretty sure that come August they’ll have a better idea.”
Braxton was exited “The Real” after two seasons, according to a joint statement from Braxton and the show’s producers. The “Braxton Family Values” star is said to be getting her own talk show through Steve Harvey‘s production company.
“Tamera and I live really close, she just recently had the baby so I always go there and see the kids,” Love said. “Adrienne is our party-thrower, but she’s in and out [of the area], so when she’s in New York we always go to her house. Jeannie likes to go out too. I don’t have a problem hanging out with any of my co-hosts, but I do like to give them space and time for their friends and family outside of work, too.”