Jennifer Williams may be gearing up to land her own reality show after appearing on four seasons of VH1's hit reality television series "Basketball Wives."
Williams reportedly had a conversation with reality television show producer Mona Scott Young about starring in a spin-off series that will feature her Lucid Cosmetics makeup line and celebrity relationships, according to everythinggirlslove.com. Williams, the creator of Lucid cosmetics, is no stranger to the entertainment world and is dating Cisco Rosado of CMG Entertainment after divorcing her ex-husband and former NBA player Eric Williams.
Although the entrepreneur and reality television star rose to fame on "Basketball Wives," things took a turn for the worse during the last season of the show. She was physically assaulted by the assistant of her former best friend and fellow castmate Evelyn Lozada.
Williams claimed that she suffered from psychological damages after Lozada's assistant Nia Crooks slapped her on the popular VH1 reality television series. Still, Williams decided to officially abandon her lawsuit against Crooks last year due to the stresses of dealing with a pending divorce from her estranged husband.
Although Williams has been talking less about her reality television career and more about her Lucid Cosmetics brand as of late, she has also been open about her newfound love with Rosado, which everythinggirlslove.com reports could be a part of her possible spinoff show.
The former "Basketball Wives" star spoke about the importance of people focusing on themselves before focusing on love and trusting in God to provide the right mate.
"Love requires work and compromise. I also feel like when you least expect it, love will knock you over," Williams wrote on her blog earlier this month. "Focus on yourself; work, family, friends and whatever else makes you happy and when God feels you are ready he will bring you the perfect companion."