Tamar Braxton is officially off the market.
The “All the Way Home” singer, 45, is now engaged to Jeremy “JR” Robinson, who was a finalist on Braxton’s new reality dating series, “Queens Court.”
During the final episode of the Peacock show, Robinson popped the question to Braxton.
“I don’t wanna be your friend. I wanna be your husband,” the attorney told the Grammy nominee, per ET. “I’m here forever because I don’t see my life without you. And I love you.
“Tamar. Tamar, will you marry me?”
Braxton accepted his proposal, confessing that she is “crazy” about Robinson.
“I can’t believe I found what I was looking for,” she added.
Though filming ended six months ago, the show said that Robinson and Braxton are still together and are “busy planning their wedding!”
“Queens Court,” which is hosted by Holly Robinson Peete and her husband, Rodney Peete, follows Braxton, “Basketball Wives” alum Evelyn Lozada and singer Nivea as they date a group of men competing to be their kings.
Before saying “yes” to Robinson, Braxton dated David Adefeso. However, the pair had a tumultuous split in 2020 after only two years together.
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Both the “Braxton Family Values” alum and Adefeso accused each other of abuse with the latter even filing a domestic violence restraining order against the songstress.
The “Love and War” singer also shares son Logan, 9, with ex-husband Vincent Herbert. Braxton and the record producer, 50, called it quits in 2017 after nine years of marriage.
Braxton wasn’t the only one who found love on the new reality show. Lozada — who previously dated several athletes including Antoine Walker, Chad Ochocinco and Carl Crawford — revealed that her “Queens Court” finalist Lavon Lewis also popped the question last December.
“Sometimes as women, you think, ‘I’m 40, my life is over,’” Lozada told People Thursday. “But just [keep] working at it. Never give up on love.”
All episodes of “Queens Court” are streaming now on Peacock.
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