THIS IS 50 -- Vivica Fox Slays The Sidewalk Catwalk + 'The Real' Nabs Second Season!
"Celebrity Apprentice" star Vivica A. Fox was spotted exiting the "Wendy Williams" show and slaying the streets fo NYC. See her candids inside and get the deets on "The Real" getting renewed...
Vivica Fox is 50. Yes...this is 50! The "Kill Bill" and "Celebrity Apprentice" diva was seen leaving the Wendy Williams Show yesterday in a curve-hugging Herve Leger dress and silver Fox fur by Beyonce & Rihanna's furrier Helen Yarmak.
Viv, who stopped to pose for pics and sign autographs, dished on getting fired from "Celebrity Apprentice" and her upcoming male stripper-themed movie Chocolate City (due this spring).
And there's good news for men in their 30's.....Vivica is single. And she likes 'em young. You'll recall that Auntie Viv has no shame in dating men in their 20s (remember 50 Cent & Plush Blue Entertainment?). So she told Wendy yesterday that now she's raised the bar and she'll date a man who's 30! Any takers?
In television news...
Talk show hosts Tamar Braxton, Tamera Mowry-Housley, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai and Adrienne Bailon received some good news this week - their show "The Real" was renewed for a second season.
Slated to debut season two in fall 2015, "The Real" executive producer SallyAnn Salsano happily said (via press release): “I am excited, and I am elated, but I am not shocked — because these girls rock! In doing this for 20 years, I’ve never met a group of girls STRONG enough to put all their business in the street; the show title speaks for itself! And no other hosts have the guts to talk about themselves and share their lives the way these five ladies do, and that’s what makes this show work. I’m in awe of them every day.”
If you're wondering what makes "The Real" so special, it averages 1.54 million average viewers per telecast and ranks as the #1 new syndicated talk show among Women 18–34, 18–49 and 25–54. Also, they've gotten nearly 88 million video views on the show’s YouTube!
Photos via The Real's Facebook/4th Street Films