*Raven-Symone says she’s open to joining “The Real” after two of its co-hosts, Amanda Seales and Tamera Mowry, exited the talk show.
“There’s always conversations to be had,” she told Entertainment Tonight (via Ace Showbiz). “But I’m gonna stay true to what I’ve been setting goals towards during corona, and that’s to focus on my skills as a director and EP and a creator, and really take what I’ve learned in the industry and pass it along to people that are beginning.”
Rave, 34, went on to say, “I don’t mind helping out where they need me to. As long as we’re corona safe, I’m down for the cause.”
The newly wed noted that she wants a job that “allows ‘me time,'” she said.
“I’m gonna start a family [soon] and I need to do that. I want to make sure I’m getting into a job position that allows ‘me time,’ because let’s not forget how demanding that job was before corona, and I’m sure it’s demanding now.”
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TSR STAFF: Jade Ashley @Jade_Ashley94 _____________________________________ As many of you already know, the daytime talk show #The Real, is currently going through a transitional period as two of their co-hosts have recently decided to part ways from the show. Now ya’ll know once someone leaves the show, there are always talks about who could possibly come on as a new host. _____________________________________ During a recent interview with @entertainmenttonight, Raven-Symoné was asked if she would join her “Cheetah Girls,” co-star #AdrienneBailon as a co-host on the show. _____________________________________ At first, Raven had not been aware that both #AmandaSeales and #TameraMowry have recently departed from the show. However, once she learned that there were two new spots open on the show, she said, “There’s always conversations to be had, but I’m gonna stay true to what I’ve been setting goals towards during corona, and that’s to focus on my skills as a director and EP and a creator, and really take what I’ve learned in the industry and pass it along to people that are beginning.” She continued, “But, I’ll never say no to a cool job,” she noted. “I don’t mind—read more at TheShadeRoom.com (: @entertainmenttonight)
Raven added, “The demand that’s needed for me in the jobs that I’ve been in, have taken my life to where I have not had a personal life. It is morning to night, ‘We need you. We need you. We need you.’ And I’m like, I’m trying to cuddle.”
The actress tied the knot with her girlfriend Miranda Pearman-Maday last month.
According to The YBF, the brides said “I Do” in an intimate backyard wedding.
“I got married to a woman who understands me from trigger to joy, from breakfast to midnight snack, from stage to home,” Raven captioned a picture of herself and wifey on Instagram. “I love you Mrs. Pearman-Maday! Let’s tear this world a new a——,” she continued.
Before revealing the news, Raven teased, “So something happened this week, that has changed my life FOR THE BETTER!,” she captioned a picture of champagne.
Symoné previously opened up about her personal life and sexuality in Lexus L/Studio‘s “It Got Better” docu-series in 2016.
“I never thought I would come out because my personal life didn’t matter,” she shared. “It only mattered what could be sold as part of the Raven Symoné brand.”