As soon as I caught the news that there might be a woman of color on the upcoming season of the Real Housewives of DC, then I decided that nobody would give Stacie Turner the shine she deserves like I would. This post will be updated as information comes across the wire.
But why are there no pictures of Stacie? Is that her M.O.
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DC’s Black Housewife, Stacie Turner was spotted with other ‘cast members’ at the vote for DC’s Gay Marriage Bill. The Washington Post had this to say:
Bravo’s cameras followed five likely cast members (Lynda Erkiletian, Mary Amons, Stacie Turner, Catherine Ommanney, Paul Wharton) to the D.C. Council meeting on same-sex marriage Tuesday (spoiler alert, reality fans: The bill passed), and then to a party at Long View Gallery celebrating the legislation. Missing in action: Michaele Salahi, whose future with the show is unclear.
The production crew also was spotted filming the bill’s gay sponsor, council member David Catania.
The Washington Post posted this picture earlier this year, but clearly absent is Stacie Turner. What’s up with that?