Gizelle Bryant

Did you watch ‘Real Housewives of Potomac‘ last night? Bravo TV is catching heat for tackling controversial colorism issues (light skin vs dark skin) on the eighth installment of the ‘Real Housewives‘ franchise.

The show focuses on six professional women who live and work in Potomac, Maryland.

Apparently biracial cast member Gizelle Bryant is being cast as this season’s antagonist and instigator on the show.

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Bruce Jenner

Female impersonator Bruce Jenner, aka “Caitlyn”, broke down and cried when he received his new driver’s license. The weight of Jenner’s decision to abandon his masculine side weighs heavily on his mind in season 2 of I Am Cait.

“Sometimes I feel like I’ve thrown old Bruce out the door. Maybe he didn’t deserve to be gone,” Jenner cries.

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Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta Screening

We TV held a star-studded premier party for its new reality TV show, Growing Up Hip Hop, that looked like an awards show. The premiere was held at the Scad Campus Theater in Atlanta on Tuesday.

Special guests included the Growing Up Hip Hop cast: Angela Simmons, Romeo Miller, Kristinia DeBarge, Egypt Criss, T.J. Mizell, and Boogie Dash. The cast joined celebrity guests Joseline Hernandez and Stevie J, Mama June and Honey Boo Boo; Bobby V, Phaedra Parks, Mimi Faust, Kenya Moore, Sandra Denton of Salt-N-Pepa; Erica Dixon, Dice Dixon (not related); Toya Wright, Drea Kelly, the casts of Selling It: In the ATL and Cutting It: In the ATL; Althea Heart, Porsha Williams, Shanti Das, and more!

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Amiyah Scott and Kellon Deryck

Female impersonator Amiyah Scott shared the real reason behind his hasty dismissal from Real Housewives of Atlanta.

According to insiders, Amiyah didn’t work out because he intimidated the biological women in the cast. They froze him out right from the start. He didn’t stand a chance.

But if you listen to Scott tell it, he’s not a part of the cast because he doesn’t work for free.

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Queen Latifah and Nicci Gilbert

Media mogul Queen Latifah and singer/producer Nicci Gilbert have teamed up to create a new reality TV series based on the lives of successful women who got caught up and lost everything.

The new docu-series, From the Bottom Up, will follow five women who were very successful until unforeseen circumstances derailed their careers. The show will follow the women as they claw their way back to the top and redeem themselves.

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Angela Simmons and Romeo

Reality TV stars Angela Simmons and Romeo Miller recently sat down with Hot 97’s Nessa for an in-depth chat about their brand new reality show, Growing Up Hip Hop.

Romeo has a story to tell: his mom, Sonya Miller, recently slapped her son with a lawsuit, claiming his father, rap mogul Master P, used him to hide assets from her in their bitter divorce.

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