The ladies of The Real brought Big Sean on their show to chat about his hit song, and one of the ladies couldn’t help but to bust out with some lyrics.
The song in question has a very adult title. In fact, it’s so adult that we can’t even put it in this article without some, shall we say, adjustments. It’s called “I Don’t F*** With You” and, according to the girls, it has become an anthem for anyone in the world who has ever been burned by love.
The Real is hosted by four very outspoken women, Tamar Braxton, Tamera Mowry-Housley, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai and Adrienne Bailon. When thinking of the hosts and wondering who would be the one most likely to start quoting lyrics from a song like that one, we’re betting that Tamera Mowry-Housley isn’t the first name that comes to mind. The other ladies admitted to Big Sean that they’d been trying to get Mowry-Housley to say the lyrics, knowing she tries to avoid cursing.
In our exclusive clip from the show’s upcoming 100th episode, an embarrassed Mowry-Housley is finally talked into belting out those naughty lyrics. Watch the clip to see how she managed to quote the song on daytime TV and not get them all in trouble with the FCC.
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The Real is celebrating more than 100 episodes these days. Recently, the ladies announced that the series has been picked up for a second season. It looks like there are plenty of people out there who like watching a talk show where the hosts keep it real on a daily basis. How real, you ask? Well, just a couple days ago, a viewer accused all but one of the ladies of wearing a wig. Not only did the ladies bring it up on their show for the whole world to hear, but every single one of them admitted to wearing a wig, and they weren’t even remotely ashamed of it.
In response to the tweet, Mai summed up their opinion, and the show’s attitude perfectly: “The difference is, keeping it real is that we say this is not our real hair. That’s what being real is.”
Be sure to check out our exclusive clip from The Real‘s 100th episode, which airs on Tuesday, Feb. 24, on Fox and national syndication (check local listings).