July 23, 2014

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Thursday, July 10, 2014

Tamar Braxton Gets New Talk Show

Tamar Braxton Gets New Talk Show

( 4UMF NEWS ) Tamar Braxton Gets New Talk Show:

Get ready for a dose of realness & diversity injected into daytime TV. A few of our fave fab chicks have received the greenlight for a brand new panel talk show.
Check it inside….

YBF chicks Tamar Braxton, Tamara Mowry-Housley and comedian Loni Love have signed on for a brand new daytime talk show called “The Real.”

The ladies, joined by Adrienne Bailon & Style channel’s Jeannie Mai, will make up the newest panel of 5 women giving the daily dish about what’s hot, what’s not, hot topics, lifestyle discussions and more.

The show, which has been picked up by select Fox stations for a summer test run kicking off July 8th, was created by Telepictures Productions. And it will serve as a younger (everyone’s under 40), totally diverse version of daytime’s biggest panel shows, “The View” and “The Talk.”

With “The View” getting a big makeover due to the exits of Joy Behar & Barbara Walters in 2014, it’ll be interesting to see who they fill those seats with, considering this new show that’s aiming at their pedestal.

We’re already loving the idea of half of our fave twin set, Tamera, chiming in with some hot topics everyday (since we never see her in that capacity). And we’re also loving the idea of Tamar bringing…her extraness and what she does best…to a table full of talkers. Comedian Loni Love (from “Chelsea Lately“) is a funny gal and Adrienne & Jeannie will possibly be the wild cards.

Interesting mix of ladies. Maybe it’s exactly the fresh face of Daytime that TV needs.

Will you be watching?