May 10, 2020
Garcelle Beauvais is now the host of a podcast, and the reality star debuted a hilarious episode with her girlfriends, Sherri Shepherd and Georgianna.
Garcelle Beauvais has debuted her podcast show, "Going to Bed With Garcelle." In her first episode, the reality Tv star was joined by her girlfriends, Georgianna Junco Kelman and Sherri Shepherd.
Garcelle announced this in a recent Instagram post, which featured a short clip from the show. In the virtual episode, the three women exchanged jokes about what they believed side chicks would be up to since most husbands are self-isolating at home with their wives.
From the brief part shared, it is quite apparent that the podcast episode would be a hilarious one. While captioning the post, Garcelle affirmed that the conversation had indeed been hilarious.
She further urged her followers to give their opinions about the episode. This was followed by comments from fans who seemed to have enjoyed the show. One user wrote:
"OMGoodness it fresh, frank, and amazing. I'm blushing pretty SuperDiva gorge ?? y'all so crazy and fun!!! Thanks for a fun show! ????"
Several other followers noted their love for the debut episode with another user writing: "Love love this!!! ? Plus, Im glad you're now in RHOBH- great addition!!"
Beauvais' podcast announcement came only a few days after a dramatic episode of "The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills," which aired on Wednesday.
Garcelle is famous for her roles as Francesca "Fancy" Monroe on "The Jamie Foxx Show," which ran for five years and as Valerie Heywood on "NYPD Blue."
The episode began with a glamorous party, where reality stars, Garcelle and Erika Jayne spilled some of their dirty bedroom secrets.
While Jayne admitted that she once had a threesome with a married couple, Garcelle had something similar but with two other women. Their co-star, Kyle Richards, however, stated that she had never been with a woman. She said:
"I've never done the lesbian thing!"
She is famous for her roles as Francesca "Fancy" Monroe on "The Jamie Foxx Show," which ran for five years and as Valerie Heywood on "NYPD Blue." Beauvais joined the "Real Housewives of Beverly Hills" cast in its tenth and current season.