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Meet The 20 Eligible Singles Of The 'Ready To Love' Season 4 Cast

Cuffing season just got a little bit hotter! This fall, Ready to Love is coming back to our screens for an all-new season, just in time for us to screen and cuddle up with potential baes in real life. For its fourth season, the hit show is trading in their popular Houston and Atlanta backdrops seen in previous seasons for the nation's capital: Washington, D.C. And as host Nephew Tommy Miles tells it, it's all about "location, location, location," baby!


Since its debut, the hit OWN dating show has been a fan favorite of audiences who tune in week to week to learn who is truly ready to step up in the name of love. Viewers have followed the series diligently as contenstants navigate the romantic hopefuls in search for meaningful connections they couldn't otherwise find. Starting Friday, October 15, viewers can tune into the two-hour premiere of the new season that will feature two one-hour episodes. And if the first-look trailer is any indication of what is in store, Ready to Love is definitely turning up the heat with shocking twists. (Two surprise "sexy singles"? We see you Nephew Tommy.)

The lucky number is 20 as this time the show will feature 20 eligible Black bachelors and bachelorettes who all have one thing in common: the search for an authentic connection. DC isn't nicknamed Chocolate City for nothing, and in preparation for the highly anticipated new season, we wanted to start things off on the right foot by introducing you to Ready to Love's Season 4 singles.

Meet the Women of the 'Ready to Love' Season 4 Cast

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Mumen Ngenge, 36 | Singer/Songwriter

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Zadia Murphy, 35 | Personal Trainer

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Shiloh Trianna, 33 | Intimacy Life Coach

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Sabrina Tullos, 45 | Fashion Designer

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Aisha Alilah, 37 | Hair Salon Owner

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Tisia, 33 | Tech Startup Founder

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Kheri Carter, 37 | Real Estate & Interior Décor

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Kamil, 42 | Fine Arts Department Chair

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Courtney Nelson, 30 | Business Consultant

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Meet the Men of the 'Ready to Love' Season 4 Cast

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Lamont Wilkins, 44  | Cyber Security

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Frank Mills, 35 | Cocktail Brand Owner

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Dontá Smith, 38 | Deputy Superintendent

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Cornelius Bryant, 39 | Electrical Engineer

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Cornelius Bryant, 39 | Electrical Engineer

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Carrington Barbour, 33 | Nightlife Marketing CEO

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Walter Maxfield Jones, 46 | Entrepreneur

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Tyrone Wilson, 44 | Cyber Security Professional

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Phil Guillaume, 37 | Marketing Consultant (PR) Govt

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Nai’im Bilaal, 40 | Program Manager

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Tune into the new season of Ready to Love on Fridays at 8 p.m./9 p.m. ET/PT, starting October 15.

First Look: Ready To Love Is Back- In DC! | Ready to Love | OWN

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