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For the Love of Ray J

For the Love of Ray J
Format Reality
Created by Cris Abrego
Mark Cronin
Starring Willie Ray Norwood Jr.
Composer(s) Moweezy
Country of origin United States
No. of seasons 2
No. of episodes 26
Executive producer(s) Cris Abrego
Mark Cronin
Ben Samek
Running time 60 minutes (including commercials)
Original channel VH1
Original run February 2, 2009 – February 8, 2010
Followed by I Love Money
Brandy and Ray J: A Family Business

For the Love of Ray J is a dating show on VH1 featuring hip hop singer Ray J.[1][2][3] The program has a format similar to Flavor of Love, I Love New York, and Rock of Love.[4] In reference to the series, Ray J said: The show ended right before the spin-off Family Business which stars Ray and his sister Brandy. Ray J is done with the show and called it "a learning experience."

Season 1

The show, which premiered on February 2, 2009, follows Ray J and a group of 14 female contestants. The winner was Cocktail (Joanna Hernandez).

Season 2

A second season premiered on November 2, 2009, with a group of 19 female contestants.[5] The winner was 32 year-old Mz. Berry (Connie Deveaux).

Airing of the show

Season Season premiere Season finale Reunion show Winner Runner Up Contestants Episodes
Season One February 2, 2009
(2.3M viewers)[6]
April 20, 2009
(4.22M viewers[7])
April 27, 2009
(3.753M viewers[8])
Cocktail (Joanna Hernandez) Unique (Danielle Pastorino) 14 12
Season Two November 2, 2009 February 1, 2010 February 8, 2010 Mz Berry (Connie Deveaux) Platinum (Mary Cherry) 19 14


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