Heavily pregnant talk show host Tamera Mowry (The Real) rode a scooter at Disneyland in California, as she enjoyed the day with her family. She was seen sitting and riding on the scooter the entire day while her family rode rides and strolled behind her. At times she was also seen walking around with her son Aden Houseley, who probably thinks pregnant women are handicapped. Tamera is 7 months pregnant according to her Twitter feed.
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Actress and talk show host Tamera Mowry-Housley, 36, (left) and her busty co-host Adrianne Bailon, 30, flirted while filming their TV show at Hudson Cafe in NYC on Tuesday.
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Pregnant ‘Scandal’ star Kerry Washington attended the 7th Annual ESSENCE “Black Women In Hollywood” Luncheon at Beverly Hills Hotel in Beverly Hills, Calif. on Thursday. Kerry was escorted by a man who was not her husband, unemployed NFL player Nnamdi Asomugha. There are wild, unconfirmed rumors going around that Asomugha is a homosexual AND the father of 2 out-of-wedlock children. Rest assured that Sandrarose.com does not entertain such petty rumors.
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Ice T’s wife Coco showed off her ‘twerking’ skills on the new daytime talk show ‘The Real’. The show, which airs on FOX, is hosted by Tamar Braxton, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai, Adrienne Bailon, and Tamera Mowry. It’s hard to ignore the show’s similarities to ‘The View’. But unlike the respectable ladies on ‘The View’, ‘The Real’ isn’t above lowering their standards to boost their TV ratings. Many people think the dance craze ‘twerking’ is cute, but the only difference between a woman who twerks and a stripper is one of them gets paid to shake her azz and the other one doesn’t. We have to do better.
Hosts of “The Real,” (L-R) Adrienne Bailon, Tamera Mowry-Housley, Jeannie Mai, Loni Love and Tamar Braxton were treated to all the pizza they could eat at New York City’s Artichoke Pizzeria as part of their ‘Binge Across America’ tour on Monday, July 15, in New York City. “The Real” premiered Monday, July 15, on FOX.
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Don’t you hate it when highly favored LSLH women pretend that their good hair isn’t one of the benefits of their biracial heritage?
Let’s face it, nappy hair is called nappy for a reason. It takes a good deal of effort (and strong chemicals) to tame our tight African curls.
For women like Tamera Mowry and her twin sister, Tia, half the battle is won because they inherited their soft, easy to manage curls from their white ancestors.
On her blog, Tamera suggests that everyone (even those of us with tight, hard to manage curls) can achieve her soft bouncy curls by simply drying our hair with a cotton tee instead of a towel which causes split ends.
Twin Tia Mowry spent the day with her nephew, Aden John Tanner Housley, born on Nov. 12, 2012; and her son Cree Taylor Hardrict, born June 28, 2011. Tia had lunch with the children and friends in Hollywood on Thursday (Mar 14).