Brandy was previously engaged at least twice in her life, so it’s not as if she never wanted marriage.
She hasn’t been out on a date in a year and apparently doesn’t see marriage in the future as she stated that she doesn’t want to “go down that road.” Now it’s one thing to be questioned by people when you’re single and desire to marry, but if you’re single and you want to live single-single, the pressure, misunderstandings and questions will no doubt come from others. When I talked about marriage she’d be supportive and even shared what role she wanted to play in my wedding.
In 2010, she returned to television as a contestant on the eleventh season of Dancing with the Stars and starred in the reality series Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business.
Her third and fourth albums, Full Moon (2002) and Afrodisiac (2004), were released to critical and commercial success.
She served as a judge on the first season of America's Got Talent before being involved in a widely publicized car accident in 2006.
But the songstress, who’s had her share of public heartbreaks, is taking a break from romantic love to get more in tune with who she is. I just like the way it feels being by myself and taking care of my daughter and doing my thing.” She joins the ranks of other professional female public figures like Oprah Winfrey and Shonda Rhimes, who’ve both shared their desire not to marry.
It’s not just celebs, but an increasing number of adults (millennials notably) are not considering marriage as high a priority as generations before it.
But when the scenario switched for her, she usually brushed marriage off, joking about having many boos, but not a husband.
I was, and some ways still am, that friend that tried to see what the back story was because she just to desire marriage somewhere in her heart, right?
“Love yourself, and that’s the most beautiful thing,” added co-host Tamera Housley and yes, self love is a major factor in successful relationships.
There are many singles out here with and without the desire to marry who still date and enter relationships.
Comedian and co-host Loni Love said it best when she asked that we as peers, the public, and fellow women to respect her personal decisions, whether she doesn’t want to get married ever or changes her mind somewhere down the line.