Tamera Mowry-Housley reveals the kind words said to her Beyonce at the grand opening gala of the Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta during a recent episode of her hit talk show "The Real."
Gushing about things that happened in the gala, Tamera and the rest of her co-hosts shared the moment they and Beyonce were able to exchange a few words, ending with all of them getting starstruck.
The topic of Beyonce in the gala began when Love realized that she and the singer were in the same room, saying:
"I know Beyoncé anywhere, right? Beyoncé comes to talk to Bebe Winans, right? And so I look at the girls and I said, 'This is our chance, get up girls. I said, 'Let me handle it'... and she turns and she looks at me and she instantly smiles and I said, 'Look at them!' and she saw Tamera. And everybody loves some Sister, Sister—she went and hugged her."
Interrupting Loni's story, Tamera then inserted what Beyonce said to her that almost made her faint. Recognizing her for "Sister, Sister" among many others, Beyonce looked at Tamera straight in the eye and said: "You're amazing."
The interaction did not end there, and Mai revealed that Beyonce actually watches "The Real" and complimented it by saying "I love y'alls show, man," with the girls in awe of what was happening.
Tyler Perry just officially launched the country's biggest production studio, which also makes him the first Black man to own one.
The director built Tyler Perry Studios in Atlanta, Georgia, in a 330-acre property that used to be a confederate army base.
The studio caused $250 million to build, and is set to house a 3000-seater theater to accommodate concerts and events, some restaurants, and retail stores for it to be a prime weekend tourist destination aside from being one of the most advanced studios in the world.
Of course, there was no better way to celebrate the opening of the largest studio in America but to have Hollywood's biggest Black artists attend.
The likes of Oprah Winfrey, Whoopi Goldberg, Beyonce, Samuel L. Jackson, Denzel Washington, and Halle Berry were in attendance along with many others.
Since buying the land, Tyler has built 12 soundstages, 40 buildings, a replica of the White House, an airline, airport terminal, hospital, trailer park, and a suburban subdivision among many others.
The studio caused $250 million to build and is set to house a 3000-seater theater to accommodate concerts and events, some restaurants, and retail stores for it to be a prime weekend tourist destination aside from being one of the most advanced studios in the world.