After breaking up with Chris Brown, the actress sat down with Iyanla Vanzant in March 2015 for an emotional conversation. "She did what she could do," Iyanla shared when reflecting on the experience. "After that, I think she went on to do Claws and did a wonderful, wonderful job. I'm happy for all of my guests."
In November 2013, Iyanla encouraged the controversial NFL player to take the necessary first steps to repair what was broken in his life, career and relationships. "I continue to be in touch with Terrell Owens," Iyanla shared. "Terrell never got back into football, but he did get into a relationship with his father."
The Basketball Wives star was one of the first guests to ever appear when Iyanla: Fix My Life premiered in 2012. At the time, Iyanla explained that her guest was "behaving badly and didn't want to." Fast-forward to today and the reality star is avoiding drama while still communicating with her coach. As Iyanla explained, "I continue to talk to Evelyn."
In April 2013, the Real Housewives of Atlanta star went to Iyanla in hopes of a stronger relationship with her ex-husband and former NFL star Bob Whitfield. "I have not been in contact with Shereé," Iyanla explained. "My sense is she did not have a good experience. Only she can determine why."
Another Real Housewives of Atlanta star appeared on Fix My Life in September 2018. "I have been in contact with Cynthia Bailey and I believe her sister and her mom had a good experience," Iyanla shared. "It's so individualized."
Back in 2017, the couple appeared on two episodes in hopes of healing their broken marriage. They would return one year later for a second chance at healing. "I haven't had a lot of contact with Neffe and Soullow, although they will send me an e-mail from time to time," Iyanla revealed to E! News in April 2021. "I let them know I'm their coach for life. If you need me, I'm here and those who need it, reach out."
The Love & Hip Hop star initially appeared on Fix My Life to heal from childhood trauma. But through the healing process, the show was able to explore an important topic of colorism. "I think they all did what they could do to their capacity," Iyanla shared when looking back on her celebrity guests. "As a public figure, they had to be concerned about their image and their brand. It took another level of courage for each of them. I wouldn't say one did better than the other. Each one went to the fullness of their capacity to do what they could do."
The actress and model appeared on Fix My Life twice in hopes of repairing her family life. "I continue to be in touch with LisaRaye," Iyanla revealed. "Each one of the public people or celebrities that appeared had an issue in life that affects thousands of people in the viewing audience."