Our favorite realtors are back for another season of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles and we're connecting with star Tracy Tutor to talk all about it!


LA's Finest Homes... And Hottest Drama! 🏡

The brand new season of Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles plans to bring plenty of homes and drama to your TV screen. From fighting over properties to intense negotiations, this season promises to be everything fans want. Fan favorite Tracy Tutor tells us:

"The boys are like brothers to me, we're all obviously at the top of our games. You'll see a little competitiveness, it's the nature of the beast."

This Season Brings New Alliances 👫

While the competition is at an all time high, the realtors have been bonding more than ever. Two cast members who have especially bonded are Tracy Tutor and Josh Flagg. While discussing the relationship, Tutor said:

"We became close this season on the show. I feel like I'm always spanking him, I call him up on the phone and say...
'What are you doing?! Get your act together!'"

Tracy's Releasing A New Book: 'Fear Is Just A Four-Letter Word' 📚

Besides TV, Tracy also takes her time to give advice to fans. Her new book, Fear Is Just A Four-Letter Word, aims to do just that. When talking about the book, Tutor told us:

"We're dealing a lot with the word fear right now... what's going on racially within our country and also with COVID. I think it's a really opportune time particularly for young people to pick up this book. Being the only woman on a male dominated show, I thought to myself...
'How can I give back?'"

Million Dollar Listing Los Angeles premieres June 16th on Bravo and Tracy Tutor's new book is available for pre-order on Amazon!

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