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Tia Mowry Announces a ‘Sister Sister’ Reboot is In the Works for 2018

Full House, Rosanne, Will & Grace, Mad About You… and next Sister, Sister??? The here and now and future are all about revival of 90s hit TV shows.

Current second-time mom-to-be Tia Mowry Hardrict is working on a reboot of her popular sitcom show with her twin sister Tamera Mowry-Housley that ended 18 years ago. Tia updated fans about the plans in a November 15 Facebook Live where she answered questions.

It’s closer than ever, Tia shared with the fans of her page who tuned in for her then-first ever Facebook Live event, which was a behind-the-scenes look at the making of her recent video for her Tia Mowry Quick Fix channel. 

Tia updated US Weekly about the plans early last month.

“I think fans will love it because I just feel very blessed and honored that people are still following my sister and I 20 years later. So I think they’ll be excited to see where we are right now and to see our dynamic right now,” Tia told US Weekly. “We’re just excited to just give back to the fans and make them happy, that’s really one of the main reasons why we’re doing it.”

She added while attending the Santa Monica event:

“We’re talking about working with the producers who were producers on the show 15, 20 years ago… Just to be sitting in these meetings with them 20 years later, it’s crazy.”

Tia and her husband Cory Hardrict are expecting their second child. They are parents to son Cree. During the FB Live she said this pregnancy is different that the first in that she doesn’t have 9 months of extreme morning sickness, has more energy and knows what to expect. Good!

Nice! Hope it really comes into fruition. We loved that show! Can’t wait to see it return!

Tia Mowry-Hardrict Is Living Her Best Life And Doing It Fashionably Too!

Tia Mowry-Hardrict has been coasting this second pregnancy and been looking good doing it.

All Black Everything! The TV actress recently shared a photo of herself in a cute  black Alexander Wang mini dress dress,  black Stuart Weitzman boots styled by Kendra Garvey and Anton Khachaturian.

She is definitely going to make it in our roundup and contest on the most fashionable celeb preginista of 2017 list that is forthcoming (Look for it soon here!)

Mowry recently launched her own YouTube channel, Tia Mowry Quick Fix where she shares quick little video tutorials for parents, the home, the kitchen and more. It’s the latest endeavor for the pretty actress, who started out her career on the hit TV show with her twin sister Tamera Mowry-Housley, Sister, Sister.

She has starred in The Game on BET and three seasons of Instant Mom on Nickelodean, before launching cooking shows on The Cooking Channel and The Food Network.  She has also released a few books, a Yoga DVD and some baby and pregnancy products with her sister.

She also recently shared a photo from her wedding with husband Actor Cory Hardrict, with whom she shares a son Cree and has been married to for 10 years, but together as a couple for 18! Wow! Love it!

 

More fashion IG shares below:

About last night ?

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? My heart is so full.

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Tia Mowry Hardrict is Expecting Her Second Child!

Congrats to actress, cookbook author and TV Cooking show host Tia Mowry Hardict and her husband actor Cory Hardrict who are expecting their second child.

The Sister Sister and The Game alum announced the news on her Instagram showing an adorable photos of her husband and son Cree kissing her sizable bare baby bump. She captioned the precious shot, “❤️❤️❤️❤️.

Her twin sister, Tamera Mowry-Housley, shared her congrats via social media too soon after Tia revealed the news.

“Yayyyyy! Couldn’t wait to tell the world. I’m going to be an auntie!!!!!”  The Real host tweeted .

❤️❤️❤️❤️

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Cory and Tia got engaged in 2006, married two years later and welcomed son Cree in 2011, before her sister Tamera had her first child, and was still a newly wed.

We know Tamera gave birth to children, 4-year old Aden John Tanner and 2-year old Ariah Talea, with husband, FOX News Correspondent Adam Housley while Tia, presumably was trying to expand her family as well.

As far back as 2013, Tia has expressed interest in having a second baby. “It’s something that we’re talking about on a daily basis, so…we’ll see!” she told E! News at the time.

It’s been a long time coming and perhaps she will share some of her journey later with the public… or not! We’re not entitled to know. (smile)

Congrats! We are so thrilled and happy for this news! Both are our Bellyitch Bumpwatch alums.

Instagram Saturday: Celeb Husbands and their Kids (PHOTOS)

It’s that time again! Stalk Check out what our favorite Bellyitch moms from the past are up to. And in today’s edition, we feature those adorable photos, some recent, some not-so-recent, of the husbands of celebrity bumpwatch alums and their kids. Starting with Miami Heat NBA player Chris Bosh with daughter Dylan.

  Jessie James Decker‘s husband Eric Decker and his newborn son Eric Decker Jr.

Cacee Cobb‘s husband Donald Faison and daughter Wilder.

Hillary Scott‘s husband Chris Tyrell and daughter Eisele.

Tia Mowry-Hardrict‘s husband Cory Hardrict with their son Cree.

Jaime King’s husband Klye Newman with their sons James Knight and Leo talking to mom over Skype.

  Ivanka Trump‘s husband Jared Kushner with their son Joseph while vacationing in Italy.

Kelly Rowland‘s husband Tim Witherspoon and their son Titan.

Busy Phillips‘ husband Marc Silverstein with their daughters Cricket and Birdie.

Ali Landry‘s husband Alejandro Monteverde with their son Marcelo.

Photos: Instagram

 

Will Tamera Mowry-Housley’s second pregnancy announcement change how you see sponsored content by celebrities in social media?

Congratulations to one half of our favorite sets of celebrity twins, Tamera Mowry-Housley, who announced yesterday on her Instagram and Facebook accounts that she is expecting her second child with husband FOX News correspondent Adam Housley.


The couple are parents to 2-year old Aden. The new arrival, when born, will have mom’s twin, actress Tia Mowry Hardrict, for an aunty and her son with actor Cory Hardrict,  3-year old Cree Taylor for a cousin. 


Mowry-Housley had been a spokesperson for the pregnancy testing brand Clear Blue  since 2013 . She also mentioned the company in the share:
“We are thrilled to announce we are #ClearblueConfirmed! Can’t wait to meet baby #2! Love Clearblue’s pregnancy test with Smart Countdown. It helped me get through the wait to get my result by counting down with me. #spon,”

She likely is beyond 3 months and took the test a while ago and is only dong the announcement now for the promo opp. 

I was noticing some of the negative reaction in social media and in comments section to the announcement over the fact that she included the words “#spon” in the post and used the moment to also promote the brand.
John Legend‘s controversial wife, model Chrissy Teigen,  even threw in some shade

I wrote a couple years ago in March 2013 on my poli-tech blog about how the United States Federal Trade Commission had updated its regulations back then to require celebrities, bloggers and other social media personalities to indicate clearly and explicitly when they are getting paid in product or money to promote a product. 
The purpose, of course, is the interest of transparency and full disclosure so audiences are aware they are being influenced by someone paid to advance a brand. 
As a blogger, I have railed for years against the fact that I see so many celebrities promote products daily that they are getting paid to social share but who fail to abide by the rules. Yet, there seemed to be a focus on bloggers, vloggers and other rising social media influencers to be compliant. Meanwhile, celebrities were violating the rules routinely and there seemed to be no interest in cracking down on them.
Technically, the brands are responsible more making sure celebs themselves do not break the guidelines and they, along with the celebrity, are responsible for any fines or repercussions of the violation.
As BabyCenter.com pointed out, Mowry-Housley was using her clutch to hide her bump at an industry event last month.

Now,  given some of the negative reaction to Mowry-Housley’s announcement, with some people calling the share “tacky”, it’s easy to see why many choose to just omit the fact they were paid to promote a product or service. 
Consumers, apparently,  don’t take too well to paid promotions at all and will be less likely to trust the word of the person promoting the product if they feel there was compensation for it. They don’t find it as genuine. Perhaps it’s the same reason why people get up to use the bathroom during commercials but cannot avoid brands strategically placed on TV shows. Overt v. Subconscious. 
It also probably has to do with the fact that people gravitate to blogs, online communities and social media to get the “real” experience and find dialogue. They probably find the exchanges there more trustworthy and honest than from scripted prose. It’s the same reason why people prefer reality TV or non-fiction television shows over scripted ones perhaps. 
In any event, all of the ruckus will die down eventually and people will get over it.

Congrats to the family!

I am eager, however, to see if this announcement and the reaction to it will lead more celebrities and brands to continue to take the risk of an FTC fine by just not following the rules as they are already are. 
….Or will it open up more audiences’ eyes to realize that they see thousands of product placements in tweets and IG shares daily and have been obliviously taking it all in and fine with it all the time.
Note they only got bothered when it was in their faces. 
So it seems people don’t mind being “influenced” so long as they’re not told they are. So interesting. And with more news outlets picking up the announcement, ClearBlue is getting exposure beyond Mowry-Housley’s millions of followers.
Your thoughts? Do you see nothing wrong with using social media to promote a brand during your pregnancy announcement? Or do you think it shouldn’t be used for personal shares?

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