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'Ready To Love' Is Back! Meet The 20 Eligible Singles Of The Season 6 Cast
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'Ready To Love' Is Back! Meet The 20 Eligible Singles Of The Season 6 Cast

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OWN'sReady To Love is back for a hot new season in The Magic City! Season 6 of the Will Packer Media-produced hit dating series is coming in hot with the help of 20 sexy singles in their 30s and 40s that are sure to bring the heat to the bright lights and sandy beaches of Miami. After it premieres on Friday, July 29, you'll be able to tune in to the sparks flying, game-changing curveballs, unavoidable love triangles, and all the Black love connections that have promise as the contestants discern whether or not the object of their desire is truly ready to love.


All of this drama will unfold under the guidance of veteran host Nephew Tommy Miles who gives the true love hopefuls the poignant advice of choosing "love over lust." And let's just say, we can't wait to see which of the singles heed those words of wisdom and which of them won't fight the temptation! If you're ready for a taste of what's to come this season, check out the first look trailer for Ready To Love below.

We ready! The melanated cast of 10 Black women and 10 Black men "from every walk of the Black diaspora" is serving up a taste of a grown and sexy element we didn't know we needed in the world of dating reality series.

So, if you're eager to learn who will be your fan favorite and who you want to see get the boot with the quickness, keep reading to meet the cast of Ready To Love Season 6.

Meet the Women of the 'Ready to Love' Season 6 Cast

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Meet the Men of the 'Ready to Love' Season 6 Cast

Tune into the Season 6 premiere of Ready To Love Friday, July 29 at 8 p.m. EST | 7 p.m. CST on OWN.

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