On Tuesday, March 17, it’s St. Patrick’s Day on an all-new The Real! The ladies discuss whether it is a deal breaker if their man is not “woke”. Co-host Tamera Mowry-Housley tells of the time that she knew her husband Adam a perfect fit for her and her family.
And, is messiness a turn off? The ladies talk about how clean the they prefer the room to be when they are having sex! Co-host Amanda Seales admits to dating a guy who had a problem with her clutter and the measures he took to deal with it.
Then, singer and actor Luke James stops by to talk about his series The Chi, how Tyrese was instrumental in shaping his career, and that he has a difficult time agreeing with those who consider his music sexy. Luke also performs “Blow” off of his recent album To Be Love/d.
When Tamera Knew Adam Was A Perfect Fit For Her Family
Tamera Mowry-Housley: I remember my sister’s wedding– you know she’s married to Cory.
Adrienne Houghton: Yeah.
Tamera: And I remember just, just watching Adam to make sure, you know like, what was going on and that he could feel, you know like, comfortable…
Loni Love: (Laughs)
Tamera: And, man, when I say my family, after they met him, they came over to me and they were like, “Yes! We love Adam!”
Jeannie Mai: That’s good!
Tamera: “He feels comfortable with us!”
Jeannie: So relieving!
Tamera: Yeah. It feels really, really good. And then there was the time, I remember, when we started dating. I had a weft in my hair. If you don’t know what that means, that is, you know like, tracks, right (motions around her head). You know when you’re like making out and your, like, really, really into it (mimes making out)? I remember at one point, he was so sweet, he just–he just stopped (has her hand on her hair). He didn’t say anything. ‘Cause I don’t think he wanted to, like, maybe hurt my feelings– he just didn’t understand.
Tamera: And I said, “Oh, baby. That’s okay. That’s a weft. That’s a weft. Just keep on goin’. Keep on goin’.”
Tamera: He was like, “It’s okay! It’s okay! It’s okay!”
Adrienne: You were like, “I got a sew-in weave. That’s all that’s happenin’ right there.”
Loni: (Laughing) Oh my God.
Tamera: He’s always open to learning. And on his side, I learned about… wine. You know, the wine culture. So…
Amanda Seales: I know you are not…
Adrienne: She became woke about the wine.
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