Brandy Reveals Major Change of Heart, Plus Failure To Read A Script?

Brandy has had a major change of heart when it comes to being filmed for a reality TV show again. According to "The Game" and "Temptation" actress, going for another round of reality television (post "Brandy & Ray J: A Family Business"), is not a bad idea anymore.

"I’m not opposed to it, because right now, a lot can be captured in my work. Before, I didn’t have a lot of my focus in my work going on, so it wasn’t really anything that I should’ve been on reality TV for. If I’m not in the studio, you’re not seeing the behind the scenes of what my life is really all about, [so] I didn’t see a reason to do reality. That’s why I didn’t feel like I worked in reality. But I have so much going on in terms of the arts and the purpose of why I’m doing what I’m doing. I don’t think it’s a problem for people to see the behind the scenes of that. So I’m not opposed to it anymore," Brandy shared with Ebony this week.

As shared last year, Brandy said she was too boring for reality TV.

"I don’t want to do reality shows,” she told Sister 2 Sister. “I watch reality shows here and there, but I don’t think I work well on reality shows. I think I’m too boring for reality. It’s much more fun playing somebody else.”

In related news, Brandy really jumped head first into Tyler Perry's new movie "Temptation." According to the "Two Eleven" diva, she didn't bother to even read the script before telling Perry "yes!"

"I love Tyler Perry, I think he’s amazing. I’ve been trying to get a call from him forever. So when I got the call from him, I said yes before I even read the script. I’m like, “Please, yes! I need to be in a movie with you, so let’s just do the movie.” And things turned out to be as amazing as it was," Brandy said of working with him for "Temptation." "And then the cast, with Jurnee Smollett, Lance Gross, Kim Kardashian and Vanessa Williams… everybody. I’m like, whoa. This is great company, and I’m just blessed to be a part of it."

"Temptation" opens in theaters this Friday, March 29.