Lifetime promoted this one heavily on the basis of the gimmick that the three female leads talent agent Trista (Regina Hall), gossip columnist Viviane (Jill Scott the great soul singer, probably the best "belter" between Aretha Franklin and Jennifer Hudson, is used in a role that doesn't allow her to sing!
) and aspiring actress Amaya (played by someone billed on only as "Eve") make a pact on the New Year's Eve their friend Elise (Brooklyn Sudano) is being married and decide that within the year all three of them will tie the knot, either to someone they've met during that time or, if they can't find a suitable man, to the not particularly exciting but good-enough men they're dating.
Eddie and ex-wife Nicole Mitchell share Bria, 25; Myles, 22; Shayne, 21; Zola, 15; and Bella, 13.
Eddie’s youngest child is Angel, whose mother is Melanie “Mel B” Brown. Eddie really is a family man and loves all of his children, so he’s so excited about having another one on the way.
The loss of a Hollywood great is never easy, but in certain stars’ cases, their passing came long before it was their time to go.
Talents like Amy Winehouse, Prince, Whitney Houston, Cory Monteith and Robin Williams all left this world abruptly and without warning.
After attending their friend Elise's (Sudano) wedding on New Year's Eve, Trista (Hall), a career-driven talent agent, Viviane (Scott), a successful gossip columnist, and Amaya (Cooper), a struggling actress, make a pact to get married within the year to either a new love or a man waiting in the wings.
But the close friends face their own set of challenges - Trista has not gotten over her commitment-phobic ex-boyfriend Damon (White), Viviane is secretly in love with Sean (George), the father of her son, and Amaya is desperate to break up her boyfriend Keith's (Sanders) unhappy marriage so they can live happily ever after.
Each woman starts the year with high hopes and dreams of what will happen over the next 12 months... "With This Ring" is essentially a modern-day equivalent of a "race" movie from the 1930's and 1940's in that the character leads are all Black and they seem to move in a hermetically sealed world where they're able to socialize exclusively with other Black people and almost never encounter anyone white.
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