‘The Real’ has found its new co-host in Garcelle Beauvais.
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As celebrities continue their outpouring of support for GRAMMY-nominated singer-actress-TV personality Tamar Braxton in light of her recently reported emotional health crisis (click here to read more), some have expressed disappointment in stars of Braxton’s former daytime talk show home, ‘The Real,’ for keeping silent.
Despite her reported fall out with Tamar, Adrienne Bailon Houghton – tired of the ongoing criticism – took to her official YouTube show, ‘All Things Adrienne,’ to make an official statement Tuesday (July 21).
Answering fan questions live in a special segment titled, ‘Ask Adrienne,’ the former 3LW frontwoman revealed:
“I also think it’s important to know that real life is so much important than social media,” she stated. “For me, I hold myself to a higher standard in real life than I do on social media. I absolutely want to encourage people to pray for [Tamar], but in real life that’s what I’m doing…I absolutely believe that we should be praying for her, but not praying for her on social media posts.”
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Hot on the promo trail for her new memoir, ‘I Tried to Change So You Don’t Have To’ (available now), comedienne-actress Loni Love is chronicles her rise to fame by giving fans a detailed peek into her storied life.
Dishing on everything from breaking into the entertainment industry to dating mishaps to the rollercoaster of her EMMY-winning talk show, ‘The Real,’ Love even expounds on the tales that have landed her atop headlines – namely rumored tiff with Tamar Braxton, one of the show’s former hosts.
The latter topic is one that continues to plague Love, a subject the 48-year-old didn’t shy away from when quizzed in a recent interview.
“You look at other talk show hosts. They get canned and contracts end all the time. This was the first show that was like, all women of color, and it really tarnished the show, I believe. It left this cloud of suspicion on the show…,” Love explained. “The show wasn’t meant for that. The show was really meant to uplift and show diversity amongst women.”
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Kenya Moore is working hard to promote the latest season of ‘The Real Housewives of Atlanta’ and made her way to ‘The Real’ to give fans insight into the series and its changing dynamics.
One of the hottest topics? Her unfortunate feud with the show’s leading lady Nene Leakes and why she feels she would benefit from some time away from the show.
Will you agree with Moore’s thoughts and feelings?
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