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To avoid another reality show rumble, Wendy Williams has a few simple rules for the ladies of “R&B Divas.”
No one wants a replay of what went down between Porsha Williams and Kenya Moore at the “Real Housewives of Atlanta” season 6 reunion! It’s exciting for viewers, but it’s a bad look for everyone involved.
Before Wendy sits down with Monifah, LaTavia Roberson, KeKe Wyatt, Syleena Johnson, Meelah Williams and Angie Stone, she made a few things very clear.
First of all, there will be no props. Wendy said that with a bullhorn, which we think was shade for Kenya. Furthermore, there will be no fighting. Perhaps the most important rule of all, though, is that there will be no talking over the host. Somehow, we don’t think Wendy will have a problem being heard.
See how Wendy handles the cast when the season 3 reunion of “R&B Divas” airs next Wednesday at 10 p.m.
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