'Mary Mary' Ending: 5 of the Gospel Duo's Most Memorable TV Moments

(Photo: The Christian Post)Mary Mary attends an in-store signing at J&R Music World on May 8, 2012.

The gospel music duo known collectively as Mary Mary will no longer be considered reality TV stars after the sixth season of their "Mary Mary" show ends.

In honor of Erica and Tina Campbell's decision to end their show for good, The Christian Post has rounded up five memorable moments from their standout We TV reality show.

  1. Erica and Tina Go to Therapy to Help Their Sisterhood

During the first season of "Mary Mary," which aired five years ago, the gospel singers decided that they needed to go to therapy due to constant arguments that began to affect them touring together. While a pregnant Tina wanted to take about four weeks of vacation in 2012 after having her child, Erica's work ethic was a bit different.

According to Erica, taking that much time off could affect some important Mary Mary business during a prime season for gospel music. The sisters decided to shed some stigmas about Christians seeking counseling outside of church on national television.

"We both need to go to therapy. If we're talking and it's just us we're going to be arguing, accusing," Erica tells the camera in her confession style video. "We're too grown to be arguing and disagreeing over every little thing. We're Christians we're supposed to be able to resolve and get over stuff right?"

2. Erica Gives Birth on National Television

Fans of "Mary Mary" have witnessed Tina's five children along with Erica's three grow up throughout the past five years. More than just showcasing both of their pregnancies and parenting in between hectic touring and recording schedules, Erica decided to give birth to her daughter, Zaya, with cameras rolling.

Cameras captured Erica's producer husband, Warryn Campbell, delivering the baby in a hospital room packed with family members. From the pushing to the seconds that the newborn entered into the world, fans got to experience a Campbell birth firsthand.

"This birth was definitely a party," Tina reflected in a confessional from the first season of the show.

Erica agreed before adding, "I think the nurses were mad because there was 150 people in the room."

3. Teddy and Tina Campbell Vow Renewal

(Photo: Screengrab/YouTube)Tina and Teddy Campbell talk about their marriage relationship in a new web series.

Tina and Teddy Campbell have been transparent about the infidelities that took place in their marriage on multiple seasons of their We TV show. After musician Teddy stepped out on his marriage multiple times, the couple filmed through the pain and heartache that came as a result.

The third season of "Mary Mary" revealed some of the emotional and painful issues that Tina was working through.

"Whenever I'm on the road, I think about what my husband did to me. He was unfaithful to me while I was on the road," Tina revealed in the show's third season. "So I've got to wonder, 'Since you got caught, are you faithful now? Do you really mean that you want to be a better man to me? Or are you still who you were?'"

More than just documenting the negative emotions associated with Teddy's infidelities, the couple also filmed how they overcame the ordeal and strengthened their marriage with heavy prayer and faith. In season four of "Mary Mary," fans got to see forgiveness and restoration come to life in the couple's vow renewal ceremony.

 

 4. Death of Mary Mary Patriarch

In 2013, the Campbells' father, Eddie A. Atkins, passed away after a battle with stage four cancer. Before his death, the duo, who often refer to themselves as the Marys, filmed the emotional funeral service for their father.

Just days after his death, Tina Campbell gave an emotional interview on her show.

"I was very hopeful that God was going to heal my daddy and I was going to be able to see him for a lot longer. But a few days ago my dad went to heaven," a tearful Tina told cameras. "So we're trying to make sense of everything and prepare to celebrate his life."

 

5. Firing Mitchell Solarek

Mitchell Solarek was a vital part of the "Mary Mary" show as the group's boisterous manager who struggled to keep up with his clients who had to balance pregnancies, family time and touring. Tensions began to rise between the sisters, Solarek and their family who believed that the manager was overstepping his boundaries in how he communicated with them.

While the Marys fired Solarek in the third season of the show, the business relationship did not end smoothly.

"What you all don't know is he sued us, tried to steal my publishing as if he wrote a song. Then put it on TMZ, trying to destroy my career," Erica said on the fourth season of the show. "Now you're standing at my door. For what? Unless you're here to apologize you need to turn around and go back to Nashville sir."

During the fifth season of the show, Solarek returned once again to convince Warryn Campbell that "The Voice" alumna Koryn Hawthorne could help him make a Mary Mary record when Tina wasn't ready to.

"This is how I know Mitchell is best friends with the devil," producer Warryn said on the show. "Right when I'm on the hook for all this money with Sony, he shows up."

The new season of "Mary Mary" comes on We TV every Thursday at 9 p.m.