JILL ON DIVORCING HER COMPANION OF 13 YEARS AND HUSBAND OF FIVE, LYZEL WILLIAMS: “I think it had a lot to do with us not being meant to work together, it was a poor choice. The line between our relationship and work got blurred, so we had very little personal time and were too concerned with business. And somehow my husband stopped being my husband.” On coping with the issue: "I go through everything that everybody else does, I get angry, upset, tired and annoyed but I try my best to remain positive at all times, because there is so much to be positive about. Some days are good; some days are not. It is a different brand of lonely that I am learning to deal with, but overall, I am happier than I have ever been, and that makes all the difference in the world. I have too much to offer as a person to live my life alone and not to be in love again.”
Scott, who has been nominated for 3 Grammys (Best R&B album, Best Female R&B Vocal Performance for Hate On Me and Best Urban/Alternative Performance for Daydreamin' feat. Lupe Fiasco) for her newest album, The Real Thing: Words and Sounds, Volume 3, has also announced the itinerary for her Real Thing tour, which kicks off Feb. 5 in Seattle and rolls through 23 cities before wrapping March 30 in Birmingham. Multiple stands are scheduled in Oakland (Feb. 7-8); Atlanta (Feb. 22-23) and Baltimore (Feb. 26-27). She'll perform for four consecutive nights at Washington D.C.'s Constitution Hall beginning March 11. See the entire schedule HERE.
She will continue to be the face of plus size clothing store Ashley Stewart until next year and has wrapped another movie called Number One Ladies Detective Agency.