Just hours before the highly anticipated season of Braxton Family Values premieres Thursday night on WeTV, Tamar Braxton opened up about new episodes.

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Millions of fans have watched the explosive trailers already and seen all of the drama slated to unfold. Braxton gives insight as to why all of the sisters experience so much this season.

She told the Tom Joyner Morning Show Thursday, "I don't know if you guys have sisters or girlfriends but this season is really about everybody coming into their owns and everybody's trying to figure out where they fit in the sisterhood. It's really weird but necessary and real."

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As for the All The Way Home singer, she confessed that she is still trying to find her place with her four older sisters.

"I'm still trying to figure that out this is the first time we're all mothers, wives and career women. That's never happened before between us and the dynamic has changed tremendously."

While Braxton is the youngest of the clan, she also made it clear that she wants to be respected and change her image of being the baby in the bunch.

"No I'm not I'm a grown woman...Its just a level of respect is a little bit different. I don't want to be looked at as a little sister. I want to be equal to my sisters. I want to have fun with my sisters. At the end of the day I want to get along. Everybody works on my nerves. At the end of the day that's what being sisters is all about. You agree to disagree and keep it moving."

When it comes to her new stardom, The Real co-host opened up about speculation that she has a big ego.

"No I'm not acting funny. I'm the same old T. The only thing that has changed is the fact that I'm living my dream. That shouldn't give anybody a big head."

Tune in to the Braxton Family Values Season 4 premiere Thursday at 9/8c on WeTV. Check out the trailer below: