On dating, she took the Kenya Moore approach by giving a bit of a non-answer about whether she’s seeing anyone: “I go from one moment wanting to be in love and get married again. And then somebody will do something and I’m like ‘you know what? I’m just dealing with Porsha’.” I’m translating that as “No, I’m not dating.”
Has she made up with Kenya Moore? She doesn’t exactly say straight up and instead talks about the reunion incident. “I feel like at that moment, I gave a bully power. I’ve vowed to never let that happen again. ‘I give you nothing.'”
Kenya Moore is making the press rounds this week as she promotes the new season of The Real Housewives of Atlanta, her gig on Celebrity Apprentice and her new hair care line. Kenya popped by yesterday to chat with the ladies of The Real and dished on how she deals with the drama of reality TV and much more.
First Kenya shared the craziest thing she ever did: she says it was coyote hunting with an ex and she felt guilty after.
How does she handle the hate and drama of being on RHOA? “I’m just a person that has high self esteem because I have accomplishments that no one can take away from me. I am who I am and what I bring to the table is what I bring. No matter what they say, they can’t destroy me.”
I have sad news to share with fans ofTia & Tamera – there won't be a season four of the show!
Tamera Mowry-Housley confirmed via Twitter that she and sister Tia Mowry will be ending their reality show after three seasons so they can move on to other projects.
The news comes on the heels of Tamera's talk show "The Real" getting picked up and launching nationwide after a successful test run earlier this year. She co-stars on the talk show with Tamar Braxton, Adrienne Bailon and others.
It's a good day to be one of the Mowry twins. I've adored them both since Sister Sister, so naturally I was obsessed with their reality show on Oxygen. I guess I need to start checking out Nickelodeon and DVR-ing the The Real to get my fix of Tia and Tamera.
Tia has been starring in the show Instant Mom on Nick at Nite, and it's been wildly successful for the network. Meanwhile Tamera's talk show The Real has been picked up by BET and Fox for a two-year run after proving to be a hit in its test markets.
There are some reality stars that sit back and let things happen, and then there are the ones who are constantly part of the hustle. I have a lot of respect for those who are working hard to promote themselves and not just leaking salacious stories to the tabloids for attention (cough, cough, a certain Teen Mom).
While I don't necessarily want to be biffles with Tamar Braxton (I'll be honest, she scares me a bit–I'm intimidated), the star of Tamar and Vince and Braxton Family Values is on top of things. She gets done what needs to be done, and she enjoys the fruits of her labor along the way. There is a lot to be said for that!
Tamera and Tamar will be joined by three other women – Adrienne Bailon (best known for The Cheetah Girls and dating Rob Kardashian), Jeannie Mai (host of Style network's How Do I Look), and comedian Loni Love. According to Deadline, The Real will be a panel style talkfest similar to The View and The Talk, but "with a younger and entirely ethnic panel."