Real Housewives of Potomac

Bravo confirmed rumors that 2 new series will be added to Bravo’s lineup of over-the-top reality TV shows.

Bravo announced “Real Housewives of Potomac (Maryland)” will premiere on Jan. 17, and “Real Housewives of Dallas” will premiere sometime in 2016.

Both of these shows will give the Atlanta Housewives a run for their money. The one thing the ladies of Potomac have that the RHOA hags don’t have is real hair flowing from their scalps.

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Selling it in the ATL

Celebrity photographer Prince Williams of ATL Pics attended last night’s premiere of WeTV’s new reality TV series “Selling it in The ATL.” Spotted on the red carpet were local celebs Kandi Burruss, Cynthia Bailey, Carl Payne, Cynne Simpson, Phaedra Parks, Mimi Faust, Deborah “Momma Dee” Bryant, Sheree Whitfield, and more.
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Good news men (and you ladies who prefer gay men), reality TV star Milan Christopher, left, is back on the market.

Due to contractual obligations, Milan waited until after this week’s episode of Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood to publicly break up with his boyfriend, gay rapper Brock Miles.

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Did you happen to catch Lifetime’s new reality TV show The Jacksons: Next Generation? The season premiere aired on Oct. 2 to mixed reviews.

The Jacksons: Next Generation stars the sons of Jackson 5 original member Tito Jackson, Taj, TJ and Taryll Jackson. You probably remember the brothers as R&B boy band 3T back in the day.

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Amber Rose Launches Her Eye Glass Collection at Kitson

Socialite Amber Rose is preparing her first annual ‘Slut Walk of Shame’ event with proceeds going into her pockets.

While fellow artists donated to Rose’s Slut Walk, other artists demanded huge appearance fees of $30K to $40K just to show up and perform.

In response to the artist’s demands, Rose went off in a series of tweets.

Rose, who is expecting up to 10,000 attendees may not have any artists to entertain them.

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