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Family vs. career has been a hot debate topic for quite some time with many, like Gabrielle Union, insinuating that women had to choose one over the other.

Well, that’s not the case for actress Tracee Ellis Ross. The Black-ish star says she had a great example of a woman who did both very well — her mother, Diana Ross! “I had an example of a woman who did not choose one or the other. My mom had a beyond successful career and she was an incredible parent,” Ross told us while on the set of Black-ish.

And although Tracee doesn’t have kids, that doesn’t mean it’s because of her impressive resume. The culry-headed beauty says when people assume she put off having a family to focus on her career it completely confuses her. “What are you talking about?,” she tells those people with the wrong assumptions. “I wasn’t like, ‘not now, I really don’t want that marriage proposal, I’m working towards my career. I’m going to pause in the baby because I’m working on my career’. That wasn’t my experience.”

Tracee believes life happens the way it’s suppose to! And in the meantime, you can catch her play a mother and wife on Black-ish every Wednesday at 9:30pm on ABC.

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The Cast Of ‘The Real’ Ditches The #ForTheDChallenge And Instead Creates Their Own



By now, you’ve heard several folks do their take on the #ForTheDChallenge, but the ladies of “The Real” have taken it one step further.

HH stopped by the set of “The Real” to dish about season 4 with Adrienne Bailon, Jeannie Mai, Loni Love and Tamera Mowry, but of course, we had to ask the ladies to get in on the “challenge”. However, instead of proudly proclaiming what they’d do “for the D”, they flipped the script and revealed what they’d do “for The Real”. Check it out below!

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