‘Belle Collective’ Stars Talk Babies and Breakups in Season 2 Trailer for OWN Series (Video)

Belle Collective Season 2 (Credit: OWN)

The belles are back for season 2 of Belle Collective.

OWN dropped the extended trailer for the new season on Wednesday along with news the reality series will return on July 29.

The show centers on six successful Black women showing what it means to be a boss and a southern belle in Jackson, Mississippi.

The trailer focuses on the female entrepreneurs at work, at play, and at home.

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Latrice shows off her new breasts or babies she calls “Grace and Mercy Jr.” But when it comes to real babies, she frowns when her husband mentions adding to their family. “On a scale of one to ten, I’m at zero on wanting to have a baby,” she says.

When the cameras turn to Lateshia, she says her business is doing well but her marriage has fallen apart.

“Am I still married? Yes. Are we still together? No,” she admits before breaking down in tears.

Two new belles are also introduced — Aikisha and Sophia.

The unscripted series is produced by Kingdom Reign Entertainment with Carlos King, Angela Dugan, Scott Shatsky, Cherelle Hinds and Michelle Brando serving as executive producers.

Season 2 of Belle Collective premieres on Friday, July 29, at 9 p.m. ET/ 8 p.m. CT on OWN.

Check out the trailer below and details on the six belles.

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Lateshia Pearson is the CEO of Lateshia Pearson Enterprise, Inc. Lateshia is a business strategist, who has gained major acclaim and public notoriety for being a force of empowerment, inspiration, and encouragement for women on their journey to start businesses. Lateshia is a proud recipient of the 2020 Top Entrepreneur of Year Award and 2020 Top 50 under 40 Award recipient, honored by the Mississippi Business Journal.

Latrice Rogers is a Beauty Mogul, Entrepreneur & TV Personality. She is the CEO of Goddess Lengths Virgin Hair and E’Sensual Beauty. 2017 U.S. Small Business Association’s Young Entrepreneur of the Year. This prestigious award recognizes the hard work and dedication needed to operate a successful business and highlights the amazing strides her bustling company has made for Mississippi.

Marie Hamilton-Abston is a self-made millionaire and CEO of the bustling Hamilton Davis Mental Health empire. Marie is the first African American in Mississippi to own several Opioid Treatment Clinics. Marie is the co-owner of a multi-million dollar empire: Hamilton Davis Mental Health, Inc., Hamilton Davis Home Care, Inc., Hamilton Davis Medical Supply, Inc., Hamilton Davis Adult Day Care, Inc., Hamilton Davis Transport, Inc., Hamilton Davis Assisted Living Agency, Inc., Hamilton Davis Community Outreach, Inc., Hamilton Davis K-12 Private Academy, Inc., Hamilton Davis Auto Sales, Inc., Zuri Marie Cosmetics, Zuri Marie Virgin Hair, and Zuri Marie Fashion Designer.

Tambra Cherie is a full-time interactive media personality. Poised and personable, she is a radio/TV personality, entertainment news correspondent, author, entrepreneur, spokesperson, and host. Tambra Cherie also previously served as guest host on Lifetime’s hit television show, “Bring It!” and currently serves as a guest co-host on Dish Nation TV, which airs on FOX affiliates.

Aikisha Holly-Colon is one of the newest Belles, the President and Executive Director of the Willie and Aikisha Colon Foundation, and the Vice President of her family’s nonprofit organization, The Holly Foundation. Aikisha Colon is a member of Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. She is the wife to retired NFL Player, Super Bowl Champion, and Radio/TV Personality Willie Colon and the mother of two children, William Muriel, IV and Holly LaSonia-Grace. She is a partner and co-owner of Bricks and Hops Beer Garden in Bronx, NY. She will soon be bringing a second location to her hometown of Jackson in the Farish Street Historic District.

Sophia O. Williams is affectionately known as “So Gucci.” She’s a certified personal trainer and the owner of stairway 2 So Gucci Fitness, where she hosts boot camps to encourage health and wellness in the community. In addition, she’s a reputable and thriving real estate agent in Jackson, Mississippi, with impressive sales volumes, selling over $1 million in property within her first year as a realtor.