I’m glad they did not focus entirely on my brain tumor, there’s more to my life than what happened in 2009,” said Grammy Award winning Regina Belle about her episode on TV One’s fourth season of “Life After,” which airs Monday, November 19, 2012 at 9 p.m. (ET).

The Regina Belle “Life After” episode will highlight her climb to worldwide fame singing Disney’s “A Whole New World” from the Aladdin soundtrack; her opera performances; her transition from R&B to Gospel, and her triumph over a life threatening brain tumor.

“I’m proud of the episode, it’s not a show of downfalls, it’s a good reflection of who I am,” Regina points out. “I said, ‘Wow, I didn’t know I did all that!”

Belle, who is married to ex—NBA basketball star John Battle, won a Grammy in 1994 for that “A Whole New World” ballad she sang with Peabo Bryson. She has collected five Grammy Award nominations; one for the single “Make It Like It Was” in 1991. That year she also received a nomination for an American Music Award and in 1993 a nomination for an MTV Movie Award for “A Whole New World.”

“There are some things in life that connects all of us,” Regina Belle said in closing. “I’m an ‘overcomer’, not cause of me, but because of my faith in God.”

Learn more about the other TV One “Life After” shows which include highlights on Marion Jones, the Olympic medalist on the 26th, Tiffany Pollard aka New York from the VH1 “Flavor of Love” reality show on December 3rd, and Dionne Warwick, a five-time Grammy Award winner on the 10th at

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