5 Reasons Why You Should Watch Tia & Tamera’s New Show

BY: - 18 Aug '11 | Black Celebrity Marriages

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Two episodes of Tia and Tamera’s reality show have passed and we’re not hesitating on giving it a thumbs-up. There’s six episodes left, and here’s five reasons why we think you should be tuning in:

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We've seen the sisters grow up before our eyes and it's great to see them loving life and making moves on their own terms. It's great to see how they both manage huge changes in their lives, but still manage to be there for each other. Sister, sister indeed.

Also, check out this new interview where Tia describes how their new baby has her on cloud nine.

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  • http://pulse.yahoo.com/_TAK72COCWU4R5M5PMMIYGDQCSY Daisy

    I watch their show but its a bit dry and boring but I like them. Tamera irks me with all that crying too.  

  • Shaneka

    I’ve seen both episodes.   I love it!!   Nice to see black women without the drama.

  • Seerprophetess05

    I’ve watched their show and I really like it. the one who is getting married gets on my nerves. I understand you want your sister’s support but she has no clue of what it is to be pregnant. I’ve had good pregnancies but people are different.

Celeb Marriage Scene: Beyonce Ready To Be A Great Mom; Nick Cannon Lands New Role

BY: - 19 Aug '11 | Black Celebrity Marriages

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Beyonce reveals that working hard in her teens and twenties has set her up so that she can enjoy the next step in her life- one that may include babies with rapper hubby Jay-Z in the near future. Bey told U.S. Style “Now I’m a woman, and because I gave it my all, I can focus on my marriage. I can decide I want to have kids. I can be the mother I want to be and dedicate myself to my children.”{Daily Mail}

Nick Cannon adds the television star title to his resume alongside being host of America’s Got Talent and superstar Mariah Carey’s husband. Nick will have a recurring role on the new sitcom Up All Night where he plays a radio DJ alongside actresses Maya Rudolph and Christina Applegate. {Radio Info}

According to Media Takeout Real Housewives of Atlanta star Cynthia Bailey is rumored to be expecting a baby with her husband Peter Thomas. Peter and Cynthia were married last year. This will be the model’s second child; she has an 11-year-old daughter with actor Leon.

Actress Tisha Campbell-Martin spilled her secrets on keeping her body tight to BET at the Hoodie Awards. The star says that she does cardio two times a day and incorporates boxing into her routine. She also does a lot of squats and weight training to maintain a round derriere but says that she didn’t need a lot of help in that department ““ she gets it from her momma. {BET}

Actor Samuel L. Jackson is among a group of stars vowing to carry out a good deed next month to mark the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks. Through the MyGoodDeed and the HandsOn Network’s I Will Campaign, Samuel L. joins other celebs like Jordin Sparks, Hilary Duff, and Mariska Hargitay in the effort. {Contact Music}

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Aja Dorsey Jackson is a freelance writer and marriage educator in Baltimore, Maryland and author of the blog and book, Making Love in the Microwave.

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