With the success of the original 'R&B Divas' set in Atlanta, TV One is taking a tip from other reality shows and creating a regional spin-off set in Los Angeles. The show will bring together a few familiar faces from music past.

The new stars of 'R&B Divas: L.A.' will be: Kelly Price, whose debut album, 'Soul of a Woman,' went double platinum; Chante Moore, who had a few chart-topping R&B hits including 'Chante's Got a Man;' Lil' Mo, who penned a number of catchy tunes and hooks including 'Superwoman;' Claudette Ortiz, City High's lone lady and singer of the hit single 'What Would Do;' Dawn Robinson, a former member of the popular '90s group En Vogue; and Michel'le Toussaint, whose 'No More Lies,' 'Nicety' and 'Something in My Heart' were her most notable hits.

Camera crews will follow the group of ladies around as they look to revive their careers, support their family and, for some, get back in the dating scene. Production for the new show will begin this month and viewers can look forward to the series premiering in fall 2013.

'R&B Divas: L.A.' is produced for TV One by Thinkfactory Media.

Watch Kelly Price's 'As We Lay' Video