The one and only Cyndi Lauper joins us! Plus, we give you a step-by-step checklist so Thanksgiving dinner goes without a hitch in “Tick Tock to Turkey Day,” and we play “Fake It or Take It,” in which audience members determine the real product from the knockoff for a chance to win designer pieces.
How Much Is Too Much to Spend on Your Partner During the Holidays?
Does the duration of your relationship determine how much you splurge on someone? Should you put a price tag on love or are you all in, wallet included?
This Week on 'The Real'
It’s an exciting week of all-new shows, just in time for the holiday season! Andy Cohen, 16-time Grammy winner Kirk Franklin, and legendary music executive LA Reid are here to dish about their new projects! Plus, Jenifer Lewis joins us to discuss her new documentary “Finding Kendrick Johnson,” and actors Desean Terry and Chris Diamantopoulos stop by!
The Most Difficult Conversation We’ve Had with Ourselves: ‘Why Do Some People Not Like Me?’
Many times, we may have to take inventory in order to figure out what it is about ourselves that causes others to react a certain way. In an emotional reveal, we open up about the toughest conversations we’ve had to have with ourselves.
Company Cancels Holiday Party Following the Rising #MeToo Movement
With the rise of the #MeToo movement, a San Francisco company is canceling the holiday party this year over fears that it could get out of hand. Is it fair to cancel the party for everyone if there are a few bad actors within the company? Plus, how long should you date someone before you both start using pet names?
Rita Ora Gets Read for Cheeky ‘Date Night’ Tweet With Conor McGregor
Rita Ora was dragged online after tweeting a photo of her getting cozy with Conor McGregor that read “date night” because both are in relationships with other people. Was the backlash necessary, or was this a joke gone wrong? Plus, Time magazine names “The Silence Breakers” of the #MeToo movement as person of the year.
Once a Cheater, Always a Cheater? A New Study Says Yes!
A study by a group of scientists gives truth to the phrase “once a cheater, always a cheater” because once a person is unfaithful, they’ve become desensitized to the “negative effects of lying.” Adrienne shares her own personal experience of being unfaithful and how she changed her tune once the tables were turned. Plus, we discuss getting primped before heading to our next doctor’s appointment. Is it good manners or just extra?