'Basketball Wives LA' Preview: Cast Split on Befriending Jackie Christie (VIDEO)

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(PHOTO) Basketball Wives: LA - FacebookCast of "Basketball Wives LA" season 2

"Basketball Wives LA" is set to return to the Vh1 network for season two and Jackie Christie appears to be a hot topic among her co-stars, as seen in a preview video of episode one.

Jackie, who became widely unpopular among the cast during season one for her outlandish behavior, is intent on making amends with her co-stars and is seeking a fresh start.

"It feels like everything is just up in the air, there's no connection ... I really miss those girls. I wonder what they're doing and I really feel bad that they decided to go the route of making up stories and acting like it was one thing when it wasn't, but at the same time I've gotten past that but it still hurts," Jackie told her husband Doug.

"It's very difficult for someone to admit when they're wrong, for me it's not. Ok yeah, there were parts in it I played I shouldn't have done sorry ... but I'm willing to apologize ... I'm willing to move forward and its up to them to meet me halfway," she said in another segment.

Jackie's season one co-stars Malaysia Pargo, Draya Michele and sisters Gloria and Laura Govan appear to have split opinions on whether they are willing to forgive and forget in a bid to make peace.

During one scene, the Govan sisters, who were each engaged in heated confrontations with Jackie during the reunion show, are heard referring to her as a "psycho." They make it clear that they want nothing to do with her.

"I don't like her, " Gloria told Laura, and when asked about the possibility that Jackie may have changed her ways, she responded with "well maybe she has but I'm not trying to figure that out!"

During another scene, Malaysia told Draya that she is open to rekindling her freindship with Jackie despite their prior differences.

"I don't have no problems with Jackie. She is who she is and you have to accept people for who they are," Malaysia explained to Draya. "I don't agree with the things that she did to us but I just dont wanna hate anybody, I feel like I'm not gonna let you live rent free in my head."

Draya, who initially befriended Jackie, eventually grew to dislike her, and although the two had several heated exchanges during season one, she has not ruled out the possibility of working on their friendship.

"I just feel like I'm not gonna be stupid again. I mean I'm not holding a grudge [but] she is a wild card, I just dont know," Draya said to Malaysia.

Two new cast members joined the ladies for season two including Brooke Bailey, a model and video vixen who is also the ex-girlfriend of Miami Heat's Rashard Lewis, and Adiz "Bambi" Benson, a rapper and model who is also Malaysia's best friend.

Imani Showalte, ex-fiancee of San Antonio Spurs player Stephen Jackson, will not be returning to the reality TV show.