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You all know how I love Reality TV. Although, it's scripted reality it's entertainment that I enjoy. If you want real reality spend a week at my house.

I got burnt out on the Housewives of.... don't care what state they're from. I'm tired of their high school mean girl personalities. It's a horrible way to portray women and it sends the wrong message to our young girls. I have never been a mean girl, didn't raise mean girls, and I'm all about women empowering each other. This is why I'm excited about Hollywood Exes - love it!

Eddie Murphy's brother pitched the idea to Nicole Murphy, ex-wife of Edidie Murphy to do a reality show on ex wives of famous men.

The cast is Nicole Murphy, Sheree Fletcher (Will Smith’s ex), Andrea Kelly (singer R. Kelly’s ex), Jessica Canseco (baseball player Jose Canseco’s ex) and Mayte Garcia (Prince’s ex)

It's refreshing to see a group of women that support and embrace each other. There has been no cat fights and no drama between them - love that! Although, previews for next week shows a little tension over veal... hopefully meat doesn't cause drama for these women.

Love your Thursday!


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