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THE REAL Welcomes ‘L&HH: Atlanta’s’ Karlie Redd Who’s a Certified Sexologist! – WATCH

the real crew (05-20-19)

*On Monday, May 20, the hosts of “The Real” discuss whether it is a good idea to ban peanuts from sporting events due to the rampant rise of allergies in children.

And, if given the opportunity, which of the ladies would have a relationship with themselves? The hosts give an account of what makes each of them girlfriend material or not.

Then co-host Jeannie Mai admits for the first time that, not only did she spend time in jail once, but TWICE! Her co-hosts interrogate her about the harrowing experience.

Later, Karlie Redd stops by to talk about her reality show Love & Hip-Hop Atlanta, becoming a certified sexologist, and addresses the rumor about her true age.

*Jeannie Was a Jailbird…TWICE!

Love & Hip-Hop: Atlanta’s Karlie Redd Confesses to Her Real Age

Jeannie Was a Jailbird…TWICE!

Jeannie Mai: I’ve been to jail and I’ve moved and I would definitely rather put on that orange jumpsuit.

Loni Love: Were you in for a week?

Adrienne Houghton: For a week? It’s just a week.

Jeannie: I was in for two.

Tamera Mowry-Housley: Wait. How long were you in?

Jeannie: No. It was two months. Two months.

Tamera: How long were you in jail for?

Adrienne: She said two months.

Jeannie: Two months.

Tamera: What??

Jeannie: It’s a long story. It’s not for this episode. Trust me…

Tamera: How come I didn’t know this?

Jeannie: We’re trying to keep this thing a good family-friendly program, you guys.


Loni: You think we’re gonna let you get away with this?

Tamera: Jeannie Mai!

Loni: Did you get out on good behavior? You go see the judge? What happened?

Jeannie: I’m not gonna share the story.  But, yeah, I did two months and… it’s terrible.  It’s horrible.

Loni: Yes, it is.

Jeannie: Yes, yes! The worst of the worst.

Tamera: How’s the food?

Adrienne: Do you get to sleep a lot?

Jeannie: It depends on the chef.  We had a girl who was actually like…

Loni:  Was you at federal?

Adrienne: They had a great chef.

Loni: You was at fed.

Jeannie: I was at fed. But, but, okay.

Loni: See, federal is different. No.

Jeannie: But then I did district for a month, too.

Tamera: You did district for a month.  Was this a different time or the same time?

Adrienne: I’m on the show with a criminal! What is happening here?

Tamera: Sorry, Jeannie. I’m sorry.

Loni: No… we need… how old were you?

Jeannie:  I was twenty two. And then, and then I was twenty four.

Loni: Okay.

Jeannie: There was two separate…

Loni: Oh, you went twice?? Damn!


Tamera: Like, how was it taking showers? Was it like…

Jeannie: Well, the first shower they give you is not fun.

Tamera: Okay. Do they time the showers?

Jeannie: The first shower is with the hose.  And you literally have to bend over and grab your ankles.  Like, it’s not fun.

Tamera: Okay. Got it. Do you have to cut your hair and stuff?

Jeannie: No… What show are you watching?!

Tamera: Orange is the New Black!

Jeannie: No, you don’t have to cut your hair…

Loni: That is Hollywood, girl! Uh uh!

Jeannie:  But the showers you have are group showers. So, it’s like a whole big room.

Adrienne: How’s the food?

Tamera: Okay. I already asked that question.

Jeannie:  It depends on your, it depends on your chef.

Loni: She was at fed!

Tamera: Were you in a little group gang while you were there?

Jeannie: What’s so weird is that in jail, all the groups hang out together by the culture.  So, you got all the black girls, all the Hispanics, all the Asians.

Adrienne: What group were you in?

Tamera: Yeah, what group were you in?

Loni:  She was with the Asians.

Jeannie: For some reason, the black girls really liked me.

Adrienne: I’ve had a feeling.

Jeannie: Yeah, the black girls really like me! I don’t know why. Like, I was in there… like some of them are lifelong friends. Two of them, I still visit. On Treasure Island.

Tamera: Oh, they’re still in there.

Jeannie: Yes. Treasure Island. Like my good friends.  Yes!

Loni: Did you get any tattoos in jail?

Adrienne: This was a very informative…

Jeannie:  That’s why I am very, very protective about the incarcerated.



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About The Real

Led by bold, diverse and outspoken Emmy Award-winning hosts, Adrienne Houghton, Loni Love, Jeannie Mai and Tamera Mowry-Housley all frankly say what women are actually thinking. THE REAL is a live daily, one-hour, two-time NAACP Image Award-winning and Emmy-nominated talk show on Fox Television Stations and in national syndication (check local listings), with a rebroadcast on cable network Bounce. The hosts’ unique perspectives are brought to life through candid conversations about their personal lives, current events, beauty, fashion and relationships (nothing is off limits). Unlike other talk shows, THE REAL hosts are admittedly a “work in progress,” and fearlessly invite viewers to reflect on their own lives and opinions. Fresh points of view, youthful energy and passion have made THE REAL a platform for multicultural women. Produced by Telepictures Productions and distributed by Warner Bros. Domestic Television Distribution, The Real is led by Executive Producer, Rachel Miskowiec (Good Morning America, Katie, The Tyra Banks Show, Judge Hatchett, The Ricki Lake Show) and shot in Los Angeles, California.

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