We can’t wait to catch up with Michelle Williams and Lil Rel Howery this week! “E! Nightly Pop” hosts Nina Parker and Hunter March are also here, and then we’re talking to William Jackson Harper and Tiffany “The Budgetnista” Aliche, who is dropping off money tips for college graduates!
Part II: Rocsi Diaz Weighs In on Girl Chat: ‘I’m Scared of My Mom’
Emmy-winning television host Rocsi Diaz weighs in on the importance of keeping her innocence in her parents’ eyes and whether she’d feel awkward talking about her sex life in front of them!
Is Lil Nas X Redefining Manhood or Pushing The Envelope Too Far?
Lil Nas X may be empowering a lot of lesbians, gay, bisexual, and transgender folks just by being who he is, but it’s no secret he also receives an equal amount of backlash for flaunting his sexuality as a Black male artist. Is he pushing the envelope too far or are you a fan of his overtly sexual personality?
Keeping Your Innocence: Talking About Sex in Front of Your Parents
Is there a difference between honesty and vulgarity? We want to know how you keep your innocence in your parents’ eyes and whether you feel awkward talking about your sex life with them.
Address This Mess: Twin Sister Reveals She’s Sleeping With Her Sister’s Husband
We’re always in the business of helping our Real fam clean up their messes, and this one definitely needs to be addressed. We share advice for the twin sister sleeping with her sister’s husband.
Nicci Gilbert Opens Up About Falling Out with Da Brat After Singer Kelly Price Was Presumed Missing
After reports that singer Kelly Price was missing, Brownstone’s Nicci Gilbert took to social media to refute the claims and revealed that Kelly was just recovering from COVID-19 in private. We talk to Nicci about what really happened and her stance on rapper Da Brat accusing her of clout chasing.
Strangers to the Rescue: Bride Takes To Facebook After Bridesmaids Drop Out of Wedding
What happens when ALL of your bridesmaids drop out of your wedding? One bride took to Facebook to share her dilemma and over 600 women responded. So we want to know: Have you ever had a stranger come to your rescue?