On June 1, 2017, Joseline Hernandez left Love and Hip Hop: Atlanta after six seasons, amid tensions with creator Mona ScottYoung and the show’s producers.
On January 8, 2018, it was reported that Hernandez had signed a deal with We TV to star in its docuseries, produced by Carlos King. Filming for the project, then titled Joseline Takes Miami, began in July 2018.
On March 4, 2019, it was reported that production for Joseline Takes Miami had stalled and the network required reshooting.
Love and hip-hop fans know that Joseline Hernandez doesn’t bite her tongue. After a tumultuous relationship with her ex and the father of her daughter, Stevie J, it seems Joseline has finally found love and made her way into The TV Industry reality with her show Joseline’s Cabaret.
Except for her rowdy lounge, it seems Joseline has decided to leave the drama behind her days. But on April 28, she was featured as a guest on the Wendy Williams Show, and other things quickly flew away. So what happened?
What Happened on “The Wendy Williams Show”?
Although Joseline Hernandez and Wendy Williams seem to have been in a relatively friendly relationship in the past, a recent clip from The Wendy Williams Show has fans thinking things have changed.
At the beginning of their interview, which lasted just over eight minutes, Joseline said to Wendy, “You know Miss Wendy, I just must say this to you: I hope you’re going to give me my flowers today.
I hope you’re gonna honor how much work I put out there.” She added, “I’m an accomplished woman, and I just feel like every time I come to your show, you don’t give me those flowers now.
Do you know? And Wendy, you’re 35 years my senior. I should get those flowers from you. I should feel wanted by people like you. And not just me, all the other young girls.”
Joseline went on to say that Joseline’s Cabaret is currently the #1 show in the country, to which Wendy replied, “No, you have the No. 1 show on Zeus, and you got renewed for a third season, which needs to be commended.”
Wendy sympathized with Joseline, saying she too sometimes felt underappreciated and quickly tried to change the subject by asking the producers to switch to “shoe cam”, but Joseline persisted with the issue.
Finally, Wendy told Joseline, “If you possibly think that I leave here every day and don’t feel undervalued for something that I do, as a woman, we’re not even going to talk about race, just as a woman.
I still don’t make that dollar for dollar men make, so please.” In the end, both managed to get over their disagreement and ended the segment. But fans keep wondering what is the #1 show in America.
What’s the #1 Show in the State?
Although Joseline Hernandez may have the show #1 on Zeus, it seems Wendy Williams was right: Joseline’s Cabaret isn’t the #1 show in the country.
Last year, NCIS was appointed as the show raised in the country with more than 15 million spectators, and so far this year, Spongebob SquarePants is the highest spectacle of Clean on TV. Sorry, Joseline.
Self-proclaimed Puerto Rican princess Joseline Hernandez says she is finally living her dreams. The reality star signed a deal with Zeus Network in 2019 to star in and produce her dream show ‘Joseline’s Cabaret’, which is now entering its third season. Season 3 of her show will be filmed in Las Vegas.