If you can’t get enough of the love triangle between Peter Gunz, Amina Buddafly, and Tara Wallace on Love & Hip Hop: New York, then you are most certainly in for a treat! In an exclusive interview with In Touch, Tara opened up about the Peter and Amina joining the cast of Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars for the upcoming season. We can’t lie, we can’t believe what she had to say about the matter!

“It didn’t take me by surprise. Believe it or not, I’ll tell you guys, but I was supposed to go in the house too! I was like, ‘No, you guys do that on your own. I’m okay.’ You may see an appearance from me, a little snippet,” she told In Touch at Posh Kids and the Lupus Foundation of America‘s #WalkForACause presentation, presented by Teen Mom 2 star Briana DeJesus and Astra of 92.3 AMP radio.

When asked if she thought she and Peter would have benefitted from taking on the challenge, Tara replied, “I think that if someone is really ready to change and work on serious relationships and grow up, maybe. But I think that sometimes when people grow up, you guys don’t really grow up together — and maybe that change just didn’t happen with us and I’m okay with that at this point. But good luck to them.”

Tara is done with Peter for the time being and revealed she may even have a new man in her life! “My love life is interesting. I’ve been dating — there is someone that I’m closer with than usual, so we just have to let that play out. I’m kind of nervous about it because I just want to keep it private,” the reality star dished.

“Everything’s been so open and I just want to give it a chance. I’m not a random dater, I’ve been a slow dater even before Peter. I hate random dating and random questions — I’m like, ‘I just want it to be organic.’ So once that happened I was like, ‘Let’s see where this goes.'”

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