On Her Music Career:
“I have to do this,” she says. “I wake up in the morning and want to go to the studio, because if I don’t go, ‘her’ is going to be upset,” she says, referencing her unnamed alter ego in the third person. “I don’t want to put it in a category because when you do that you limit yourself,” she says. “It’s just going to be hot music. Great songs that appeal to everybody.”
And Vince Herbert is going to be the head architect of his wife’s music career. “She’s already signed to my label and Interscope,” he says. “You have to take the time to do everything right.”
“My mom and dad are went deceased,” Vince divulges, saying that his mother, a nurse, was killed in a car accident when he was 13. His dad passed away a few years later. “My parents were together for 25 years. I even remember their last anniversary. That’s how much I paid attention. He rented a limousine, made a reservation and they went to this hall in West Orange, NJ. He died of a broken heart. He adored my mom.”
“I love my wife. This girl is so far from being a gold digger. I wouldn’t be with someone like that for nine years,” he says. And Tamar is quick to tag in: “When I met Vince I had my own house. I had my own car. I was independent.”
“We have fun, which is what a relationship is all about,” Vince says. “Tamar is the greatest. Liek, we’d just drive to Disneyland, then go to the movies and fall asleep. Because we are friends and you can’t stress that enough in a relationship,” he says “We have our arguments and disagreements, but that’s life.”
Tamar also says she doesn’t go all diva when it comes to Vince
“He’s my husband, and I don’t talk to him the way I’d talk to a girlfriend,” Tamar shares.
On His Health Issues*:
“It was the first thing we ever had to deal with outside of the normal relationship thing. It went from dinner, to a doctor, to a hospital, to he’s in a coma,” she shares of her experience becoming her husband’s health proxy. “I had to sign a lot of papers. I’m happy that we were friends because when you’re going through ‘what would he do?’ you remember those conversations. At first Doogie Howser was his doctor, and I was like no. I want someone with gray hair.”
“We have a new outlook on life because of what happened,” she says. “Everything before now has been erased.”
On The Reality TV Curse:
“Let me tell you why reality TV marriages fail,” Tamar says confidently. “Because they’re being fake, and then when they see it on TV they argue.”
Awwww aren’t they just precious???
(*Vince was placed in a medical coma in October after being diagnosed with seven blood clots)