Report: Quad Webb IS Returning To ‘Married To Medicine’ S10 Despite Hints She Is Not Amid Contract Negotiations and Her Ex, Greg Lunceford & His New Wife Joining The Show

Posted April 20, 2023
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Season 10 of ‘Married To Medicine’ has officially begun production and there have been a lot of shakeups so far that have fans buzzing.

The season kicked off with the announcement that longtime cast member Dr. Contessa Metcalfe, and recent addition Anila Sajja, were not returning for season 10.

The news came along with the previously teased news that former ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ star, Phaedra Parks was joining the show as a full-time cast member along with newcomer Tea, who is the fiance of Quad Webb‘s ex-husband, Greggory Lunceford.

Well, production is in full swing and Phaedra has been filming with the ladies. Tea and Gregg recently had their wedding which was filmed for the show and most of the ladies were in attendance.

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However, Quad has been noticeably MIA at recent tapings which had fans on edge suspecting she was not returning. 

Quad took to Instagram to reveal that her absence was due to ongoing contract negotiations as we also told you, but suggested essentially that she may be stepping away from the show this season.

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Well, now Deadline is reporting that despite Quad alluding that she is not returning, she indeed IS!

Deadline has learned that despite hints that Webb was not coming back to the Bravo franchise, the television personality, and entrepreneur is on board for the tenth season.

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Quad took to Instagram on Thursday morning to seemingly react to the news of her return.

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