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Under the witness and blessings of their closest friends, family, and the local village tribe, Daniel and Lisa exchanged marriage vows.
The guests sat on hay bales, while Daniel and Lisa sat on a Sesotho blanket.
All five ladies get together to write, film and produce their own project called The White Sistas while dealing with drama.
In the second season, more drama unfolds concerning ownership rights of The White Sistas when the ladies try to get a deal for the project.
Lisa starts dating and tries to mend things with Paula.
Paula gets the part she's been waiting for in Ray Donovan.
The series highlights the ups and downs of black actresses trying to navigate their career, family and relationships, while attempting to stay relevant in an unpredictable entertainment industry known for overlooking black talent.
The premiere episode was the highest rated episode ever for a TV One show with 1.2 million viewers, The first season focuses on the lives of actresses Paula Jai Parker, Elise Neal, Golden Brooks, Countess Vaughn and producer, former Real Housewives of Atlanta Star Lisa Wu.
Prior to getting married, Daniel and Lisa dated for eight years.A new report by the Black Voices Web site also reveals that Lisa won’t even be on the opening credits and may only pop up in a handful of episodes as the show introduces the two new cast mates Phaedra Parks and Cynthia Bailey.Black Voices also gives another reason for Lisa’s exit from the show, stating that Bravo “basically wanted to script elements of Lisa’s life and make her amp up the drama. Lisa felt like if her real life alone wasn’t enough for the network, then maybe it was time for her to go.”Bravo is not commenting on the news.Check out the insight (and bit of intel) that Parker and Wu provided on their experiences in the biz, and what we can expect this season on or any other reality TV show? I don’t think that there is any show quite like ours. But with reality, there’s no calculation because it is just me. I don’t have time to think of what this person would say, or how it would be said… I’m not the type of person that tolerates foolishness or feeds into it. EBONY: As women of color, how do you hope to portray yourselves to the world?
Lisa Wu: It is different because you have women that are well-known actors that come with a built-in fan base, whereas some of these other shows, [some women] come out of the blue and you are like: “who is this chick? And the need to perform for the cameras, they do that a lot. This was another reason why I wanted to do the show: it was a different kind of show. EBONY: Paula, let’s talk about the transition from acting to reality TV. Paula Jai Parker: The difference is that I am playing a character. I memorize all of the lines [and think], how would this person say this? In my real life, if conflict arises I’m just going to get up and walk away, because it’s not worth my time. But in this situation, I’ve been forced to have to deal and it’s taught me a lot about being a good human being. LW: It’s funny, because I used to get this question all of the time. But what they will get from all of us is that we are strong and resilient. We came together as strong women and make what we said that we were going to do [, because we had a hard time coming together with the business aspect.
The couple held a simple wedding ceremony in the woods in South Africa.