With season three of VH1's dra-medy Single Ladies steaming up our television screens with its array of Atlanta's hottest bachelor and bachelorettes, the cast dissect their on-and-off-screen chemistry. The atmosphere on the set of Single Ladies has changed since the show first launched in 2011. Members admit it's more relaxed and just a happier environment to be in.
"I wanna go on record, and say that I think this season will, by the end of it, wind up being the best season that Single Ladies has ever had," says D.B. Woodside, who plays Malcolm Franks.