No one at “The Real” has heard from Tamar Braxton since her abrupt exit from the talk show in May.

“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.

As for the remaining co-hosts, Adrienne Bailon, Jeannie Mai, and Tamera Mowry-Housley, Love says they all get along great.

“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.”

This article originally appeared in the New York Post's Page Six.