Is Loni Love Leaving 'The Real' Amid Salary Disputes With Her Cohosts?

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Jan. 7 2019, Updated 5:52 p.m. ET

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Has Loni Love decided to jump ship from The Real for her own show amid the salary disputes going on between her and her cohosts? Read on for all the details.

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Loni started the year off on a good foot by spending time in The Bahamas with her boyfriend James Welsh.

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Will 2019 also mean that Loni is bouncing from The Real after word got out that Adrienne Bailon and Jeannie Mai are reportedly at war with Tamery Mowry-Housely over who gets paid the most?

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She responded to a comment on her Instagram that questioned the comedian over whether she is getting her own show or not.

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Turns out that she is developing her own show with Warner Bros. that will premiere this summer on E! She said it will be called Funny Dance Show. 

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Doesn't look like this will affect her standing with The Real, as this was part of an overall deal that she signed last summer with the entertainment company.

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“I am thrilled to be developing a comedy with Warner Bros. as I continue to co-host The Real. My life’s work is all about entertaining, inspiring and helping people become the best they can be," she said in a statement.

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Are you excited to see Loni branch out with her own content outside of The Real? Sound off in the comments. 


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