Chef Clarence and Chef Toya show the crowd how to really prepare a sauce with Courvoisier Moscato for the best Korean Tacos Ever! The Chef and Toya hit the Red Carpet for Courvoisier Cocktails at the Foodie Event Toya looks like a happy Chef! She must have been dipping in the Courvoisier sauce
CVology..Now that’s a new one
Stevie Baggs, Toya Bush-Harris and DJ Fadelf
Look at those legs
Bada Bing Room Danny interviews Toya Bush Harris (Bravo TV’s Married To Medicine)
Toya, Shay(Love and Hip Hop-Atlanta) Stevie Baggs and Guest
Bob Whitfield and Kristen Walter “Get Up Close and Personal” with Shay Johnson aka “Buckye from VH1’s Love and Hip Hop Atlanta
Stylist & Shay Johnson
Nice! Smile Girl!
Chef Mark of the Buckhead Bottle Bar and KeKe Wyatt from the R & B Divas
Man! Another one bites the dust! If we keep receiving news of couples we come to know and love on reality TV getting divorced left and right then I am going to definitely start putting Kahlua in my morning coffee. This news surfaced before my 1st cup of coffee today. WOW! What the hell??? I will definitely drink to this. It appears Continue reading →
OMG! Were the only words coming out of my mouth when I was checking out Bravo this past Sunday night. I’m just glad I ordered Chinese food and had my left over Target Popcorn. #Good-Stuff Bravo! You have done it again. Cheers!!! The fight was #Classic! But I do have to declare Toya the winner. Even though this video doesn’t seem like it
I’m just going to give you some paragraphs from RealityTea.com Blog. They said it all and there’s nothing left to say. I felt bad for both husbands as this party was definitely not the place for a fight or conversations that were taking place. Clearly both these women had a very selfish moment. Husbands should be hanging their heads low and if they are not then maybe they need to be medicated as well. SMDH!
After she and Toya are separated, Mariah says, “I could of killed Toya’s ass. I could of threw her ass in that pool and drowned that bitch.” Mama Lucy assures Mariah that she did well, adding, “You did a good job, you hit her back. I hope you beat her ass well.” Meanwhile, a sobbing Toya is holed up in the bathroom with Simone.
Kari fetches her neighborhood’s security officer, asking him to remove Mariah from the party, but Mariah refuses to leave her own party. Mariah thinks Kari needs to tell Tori to leave. Later, Duncan boldly says to Kari, “Mariah’s life is ruined. Aydin is going to divorce her tomorrow. I guarantee it.”
Please leave your comments after reading this! Let’s Start with Kari and Mariah and Mariah’s Arrival….
Then, Toya feels the need to approach Mariah, and everything goes to hell. Toya asks Mariah why Mama Lucy chewed her out, adding, “My mother would never disrespect you like that.” Mariah loses it, screaming, “Well, that’s your mama and that’s MY MAMMMAAA!” Mariah is all like, I’m way too pretty to talk to you, and then she flicks the ends of Toya’s hair. Craziness ensues.
Toya throws her drink in Mariah‘s face. Mariah smacks Toya upside the head with her clutch. They each grab hands full of hair and fall to the ground.
Quad spies the brawl and comes running, screaming, “What?! Oh hell no! Absolutely not!” Quad’s attempt to pull them apart only leads to bigger grabs, harder hits, and a shattered table. Gregory holds Quad back, Aydin pulls Mariah away, and Mama Lucy beats Toya in the head with her purse while she’s still down.Simone wisecracks, “Two bitches fighting in ball gowns. Are you kidding me?” Check out the Video Below…
As quoted at : NY Times Digital Typically, Atlanta reality shows lampoon and sentimentalize the travails of the nouveau riche working in glossy public arenas like fashion, sports and music. “Married to Medicine” does the same thing, but in the supposedly more high-toned world of surgeons, gynecologists and psychiatrists — what one cast member calls “this prestigious lifestyle of being a doctor’s wife” — and its humor has a more classical feeling, reminiscent of a half-century of American social comedy or, more directly, the movies of Tyler Perry. For now, before the need to hold our interest leads to inflated outrageousness and the inevitable accusations of falsity, it’s playing like a pretty good sitcom. The laughs flow from the contrast between the pretensions on display in the cast members’ suburban McMansions and the vivid language used to puncture them — like all good reality TV, the show is its own best critic.
The two primary antagonists in the pilot are Toya, an emergency room doctor’s wife who is both awful and hilarious, and Quad, a psychiatrist’s wife who is new to the circle and immediately labeled low-class and hotheaded. “I can see ghetto from a mile away,” Toya tells the camera, her eyes flashing “I told you so.” “She probably dated a drug dealer at some point, and she lucked up on the doctor dude,” she continues. “At the grocery store.” Toya Bush-Harris pictured below.
The combative Quad, wearing her heart on her sleeve and delivering suspiciously well-cadenced, heart-tugging speeches about the barbarous way she’s treated, seems likeliest to emerge from this scrum with a continuing career — you can already see the spinoff in which she goes to work as a grief counselor or motivational speaker.
The most interesting figure, though, is the reserved, almost patrician Jackie — Dr. Jacqueline Walters, an obstetrician and gynecologist — who speaks, with a mixture of jaw-dropping condescension and shrewd self-awareness, for the dignity of the medical profession and the women of the New South.
It was an elegant evening with the smooth taste of the new Cognac D’USSE wall to wall at the Vanquish nightclub in Midtown Atlanta, GA as some of the most talked about Reality TV Stars from VH1, The Style Network, Bravo TV and TV One attended the Private Tasting of the Cognac D’USSE filled several glasses around the room. The Bacardi Team got together and pulled off another successful event. The Vanquish Nightclub also had a private tasting at 10pm which kind of confused some people like DJ Clue who should have arrived at 7:30pm. Take a look at the pics. Continue reading →