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Monique Samuels is Back! Her first appearence to reality TV after ‘RHOP’

Former RHOP has dusted off her Louboutins and is returning to reality television.

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Reality television Star is back!

The former Real Housewives of Potomac actress and her husband Chris Samuels are making a comeback to television, but not on Bravo.

Monique and Chris will star in Love & Marriage: DMV on OWN, according to TV Deets.

Although she had no plans to return to reality television after leaving “The Real Housewives of Potomac” in 2020 after four seasons. Monique Samuels is dusting off her Louboutins and resuming her reality television career.

“If you’re new to reality TV, the show can be like a roller coaster. You’ll experience highs and lows and it’s all at once thrilling and terrifying. And then, when your season is over, it’s back to everyday life. Or is it? At the debut of OWN Network’s new unscripted series Love and Love, Samuels, 38, talks. The District of Columbia is where the marriage takes place.” “I’m about finished,” she says.

Then came the call from Carlos King. The super-producer behind “LAMDC” — a spin-off of his first OWN smash “Love & Marriage: Huntsville” — was able to allay her fears about a second season barely two years later.

 

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“But when you told me it was an R&B and blues band, that piqued my interest tremendously.” “Samuels also told Page Six that Trump said he would make a distinction between his business and his presidency.”

The promise made by King was fulfilled. Unlike her Bravo experience, the Mila Eve Essentials founder and her husband, former NFL player Chris Samuels, were able to choose the other couples they wanted to film with from the DC, Maryland, and Virginia areas.

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The Samuels chose TikTok’s Arena and Jamie Tyler, as well as DJ Quicksilva and his podcaster wife Ashley Silva. Monique insists that her married pals are just as interesting as she is.

“Of course, you’ll also meet Silvas and Tyler and they are no less gifted than my husband. I want you to know that I take this project very seriously and am doing my best to be sure that it meets or exceeds all of your expectations. We hope that this show will enable people to feel more connected to each other.”

 

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Monique feels that “LAMDC” is a more comfortable environment for her because it promotes her actual personality rather than the “angry” lady she believes she was portrayed as on “RHOP.”

“Oh, let’s show her when she’s upset,” they often said while I was on “The Real Housewives of Orange County.”

“Let’s show her when she’s 0 to 100,” says the former “Housewife,” whose tense encounters with Candiace Dillard dominated the show’s final days.”

Monique admits to losing her cool now and then, but she insists that “other facets” of herself will not be cut.

“You’ll get to see me in my whole this time,” she says. “I’m not going to be put in a box in this situation.”

I’m not being forced to appear a certain way. It depicts me as a wife, mother, businesswoman, and friend.

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“I’m a very passionate person, and I felt like the previous show took a lot of it away from me.”

Monique, who retains strong ties with Karen Huger and Ashley Darby from “Potomac,” the latter of whom she is helping during Darby’s divorce, thinks fans will see a “real difference” in how she and Chris handle their marriage on “LAMDC.”

The podcast host, who has three children with Chris, 44, including Christopher, 9, Milani, 6, and Chase, 3, believes the first season of her program was a “marriage development spurt” for the Samuels after 10 years of marriage.

“I’m like, ‘You ain’t going to abandon me!'”

The Samuels’ relationship benefited from having to analyze their marital troubles on camera — “Communication is the major one,” Monique acknowledges — and turning to the Tylers and Silvas for assistance.

 

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“However, when you compare the benefits against the drawbacks, you always come out ahead. Other couples may have had problems that they couldn’t overcome,” she explains.

#I know that I will be a great wife, and I want to give you my all.

“It’s difficult to feel at ease when you’re going through a growth spurt. So, this is our marriage’s growth spurt, which, happily or regrettably, is mirrored in this show.”

On Saturday, May 14, at 9 p.m. ET, OWN Network will launch “Love & Marriage: DC.”

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Written by Jeni Watson

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