Toni Braxton is now a single woman.
The singer and actress' spokesperson confirmed in a statement to OTRC.com that Braxton's divorce from Keri Lewis has been finalized.
"The couple has had an amicable split and will still both be actively involved in raising their two sons, 11-year-old Denim and 10-year-old Diezel," the statement said.
Braxton, 45, and Lewis were married in 1998. Their son Diezel is autistic. He made a brief cameo appearance in Braxton's Lifetime movie "Twist of Faith," which aired in February.
The singer has suffered a few setbacks in recent years including being hospitalized in December after suffering health complications from Lupus. Braxton revealed in 2010 that she had been diagnosed with Lupus. Braxton's uncle died from the autoimmune disease and Braxton's her brother also suffers from it.
In addition to her recent Lifetime movie, Braxton has had a few roles over the years including a recurring role on the TV series "Kevin Hill" in 2005. She has also appeared in films like "The Oogieloves in the Big Balloon Adventure" and "Kingdom Come." She competed on the seventh season of "Dancing With The Stars" with Alec Mazo as her professional partner and finished in eighth place.
Braxton and her family also appear on WE reality TV series "Braxton Family Values."
The six-time Grammy Award winner is known for hit songs like "Un-break My Heart," "You're Makin Me High" and "He Wasn't Man Enough."