Tamar Braxton went on the Wendy Williams show Tuesday morning to perform her hit song, "Love And War."

The song became a hit after being released, climbing to the number one spot on Itunes within 24 hours, beating out top tracks by notable artists such as Rihanna and Alicia Keys, who also have new singles.

This is the first live performance Braxton did of "Love and War," and her husband, Vincent Herbert, who manages Lady Gaga, was in the front row to support his wife.

The couple has their own reality show, "Tamar & Vince," which, in part, chronicles Braxton’s goals of becoming a music icon like her sister, Toni Braxton.

Meanwhile, Wendy Williams has been in the news herself.

Wendy Williams had a few choice words about Beyonce’s upcoming HBO documentary on her talk show last Thursday, saying Beyonce sounds uneducated.

"I am a Beyonce fan. I'm gonna be watching this documentary cause fortunately one of the TVs in our kitchen has closed captioning so I'll be able to understand what she says. 

"You know Beyonce can't talk. Beyonce sounds like she has a fifth grade education. She can't talk. Honestly. We really do have the closed captioning for times like that."

(Watch the video here, at 15:08 mark.)

This is not the first time Beyonce has been negatively critiqued regarding her level of education. When she penned letter to First lady Michelle Obama back in April, her grammatical skills were questioned by numerous media sites. Some were so harsh as to joke that Beyonce's daughter, Blue Ivy, wrote the letter.

Watch Tamar Braxton’s first live performance of "Love And War" below: