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But nevertheless, , which also documents pregnant singletons Kiesha, a music producer, Shana, a model, Melissa, a celeb stylist, and Rachel, a TV producer, manages to be uniquely provocative.A random poll of friends confirms that dating while pregnant may be the modern-day .
Other than Taco Tuesday, we don’t know exactly why these women got pregnant. Or maybe subliminal attention to the biological clock. They don’t come off as good-time girls who just want to keep partying.This format was abandoned on January 1, 2001, when the channel was relaunched as WE: Women's Entertainment, taking on an ad-supported general entertainment format. In January 2011, WE tv confirmed that it had signed Toni Braxton for a reality series, entitled Braxton Family Values, which is marketed as one of the network's flagship shows.To prepare for the network's new show lineup, WE tv also gave the network a new logo and marketing tagline: "Life As WE Know It." In March 2012, WE tv confirmed that the network had ordered 14 episodes of Kendra on Top, a reality show following the lives of Kendra Wilkinson and Hank Baskett, who previously appeared in the E! Kendra said the show focuses on "motherhood, parenthood, and wife hood".Atlanta-based designer Kenyatta Jones has the skinny on the latest trends in fashion, and it's big.This season, she's taking her edgy, curvaceous designs to new heights. Four high-powered career women are bringing their bumps with them as they go looking for true love in this new and relevant reality series.But while the show doubtless would love to sell suggestive encounters, these women’s real focus is less on the exotic pleasures of dating while pregnant than on the pressure of being pregnant and single.
They all want someone to share what’s coming, though they couch it in different terms.
This season, celebrity hairstylist Kim Kimble is moving into a bigger, more luxurious salon in West Hollywood.
With her outrageous team for support, life is about to get tressed out.
They're a "Powerhouse in Heels," and turn to the network for entertainment that delivers stories worthy of their time and strong female characters they want to spend time with. WE tv's Breadwinner Viewership can enjoy all-new series, such as "Marriage Boot Camp: Bridezillas," a spin-off that features the most infamous Bridezillas as they whip their marriages into shape with the help of a marriage coach; "Obsessed With the Dress," which goes inside the Winning Crown Boutique run by a former beauty queen; "Sanya's Glam & Gold," starring Olympic gold medalist Sanya Richards-Ross; and "The LYLAS," sisters to pop superstar Bruno Mars who are looking to make it on their own.
In this season the five Braxton sisters (and their mom) are back—with bigger music deals, bigger opportunities and bigger emotions.
"I knew I wanted to keep the baby, but I also knew he was not the guy for me."Spoiler: Megan drops Anthony, which leads to the actual pregnant dating.