CHICAGO, June 2 (UPI) -- Tamar Braxton is developing her very own talk show.
The 39-year-old singer and television personality is partnering with Steve Harvey's production company on a new series after being fired from The Real in May.
"We are proud to announce that ... my production company, East 112th Street [Productions], has just signed Tamar Braxton to produce a talk show," Harvey announced during Braxton's visit to The Steve Harvey Morning Show on Thursday.
Braxton revealed she was indeed fired from The Real during her interview with Harvey. She and the series initially claimed they "mutually decided" she would leave "to concentrate on her solo career."
"My heart sunk into my shoes. I pretty much fell over," the television personality said of her firing. "We'd been on hiatus for about three weeks and so [to be fired] out of the blue is just astonishing, to be honest."
"I wish I could sit here and tell you there was negotiation issues, but that wasn't the case. I wish I could tell you that it was a headache on set. I really honestly don't know [why I was fired]," she claimed.
Braxton's emotional reaction to her firing will be shown on Thursday's episode of Braxton Family Values. She and sisters Traci, Towanda, Trina and Toni Braxton have starred on the WE tv series since 2011.
"I don't understand. I could probably understand more if I know I did something, but I don't know what I did," the singer said through tears. "I just feel like the rug has been pulled out from under me from everything that I love and everything I do."