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Da Brat & Judy to Premiere Exclusive Newborn Footage in Brat Loves Judy: The Baby Special

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Baby Fever is back with Brat Loves Judy: The Baby Special!


Since their 2021 reality show premiere, Da Brat and Judy’s lifestyles have been under a microscope. Fans have witnessed their engagement, wedding, family affairs, and most recently, their pregnancy journey.

Season 3 brought its share of obstacles including a failed IVF transfer as well as lack of sperm donor diversity. In spite, the couple welcomed their son True Legend in July of this year.

Brat Loves Judy: The Baby Special premiers November 30 at 9pm ET on WE Tv. The 5-part special showcases never-before-seen footage and interviews providing a raw perspective on parenthood within the Black LGBT community. Though Judy isn’t new to motherhood —already having two children from previous relationships—True Legend is her and Da Brat’s first child conceived together.

Da Brat & Judy (via Instagram)

In a brief clip on DABRATTV, the couple announced the forthcoming special while True Legend is clawing his way to a grilled cheese sandwich.

Specifically designed in chapters to invoke a storybook format, the effervescent couple will be narrating all throughout, in hopes their son will find not only enjoyment but insight from their experience in years to come.


“You know it’s coming. Lock in”, Da Brat exclaimed whilst rocking her infant son. “Right True True?”


Brat Loves Judy: The Baby Special is Executive Produced by Tara Long, Gennifer Gardiner and Ben Mergarel of Entertainment One (eOne), alongside Datari Turner Executive Producing for Datari Turner Productions. Kourtney Smith and Sun De Graaph serve as the show runners.


Da Brat and Jesseca “Judy” Dupart also serve as Executive Producers on the series. Angela Molloy, SVP Development & Original Production, Unscripted and Ashley McFarlin VP Development & Original Production, Scripted Executive Produce for WE tv.

Watch a Sneak Peek Below:


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