Former Sister, Sister star Tamera Mowry-Housley hopes to share her brand of hip conservatism on new daytime talk show, The Real. The new mother will be one of five co-hosts featured on show which is set to air on local FOX channels next month.
Mowry-Housley said on the show's trailer "I love old school ways, I love to be traditional and just because you're conservative or you're a traditional person doesn't mean doesn't mean you have to be boring."
The show's format appears to be similar to the The Talk and The View which features a panel of celebrity women who talk about all kinds of topics. But The Real features a more youthful and ethnically diverse cast. Fellow hosts include E!'s Jeannie Mai, 33, former Cheetah Girl Adrienne Bailon, 29, reality star Tamar Braxton, 36, and comedienne Loni Love, 41. According to Love, the show will "talk gossip, relationships, sex [and] food."
On the show's trailer, Mowry-Housley talked about dating Seth MacFarlane and being in an interracial relationship. But the Christian actress hinted that she will also be weighing in on marriage and family.
"I love being [a] wife, I love being married and it's OK to say that," Mowry-Housley gushed. The 34-year-old is married to FOX News Correspondent Adam Housley. They also have an infant son named Aden together. "I'm a new mom. Right now I'm adjusting to that new lifestyle but man, I love being a mom as well," she said.
The show will air in FOX largest markets which include New York; Los Angeles; Washington, D.C.; Philadelphia; Phoenix; Houston; and Tampa starting July 15th according to News One.