Part II: The Top 14 Positive Reality TV Stars
Yes, there's that many
We went digging to find some positive reality stars who help make the genre look less trashy. Did you see the first half of our choices?
Chef Roble of “Roble and Co.” - He’s cute, a chef, an entrepreneur and a nice alternative for impressionable minds to see. There are a lot of children who seem to think the only professions available are those that involve being a famous entertainer or athlete. However, seeing Roble in action most likely provided new insight to a lot of people.
Tim Norman of “Sweetie Pie’s” - Tim didn’t always do the right thing but after serving a significant amount of time in prison for armed robbery, he turned his life around and joined his family’s business as the manager of two of his mother’s restaurants. Norman also finds time to give back to his community by helping to create jobs for newly-paroled and homeless residents and he mentors at-risk youth.
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Adrienne Bailon and Julissa Bermudez of “Empire Girls” - They're besties who support each other through life’s up and downs. Not all women are catty and bellicose.
Kim Kimble of “LA Hair” - There is tons of drama at her hair salon but it’s healthy. Sometimes Kim’s staff steps out of bounds but she always reels them in and let’s them know who’s the boss in a nurturing way.
Mary Mary of "Mary Mary" - Erica and Tina Campbell are extremely successful career women but they are about family first. It’s a show that most women in similar situations can relate to because it’s real.
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AJ Johnson of "Chicagolicious" - There is no dull moment in the Ajes salon. The kind of dramatics that take place here involve big personalities and luxe hair, while AJ always takes charge.
Yandy Smith of "Love & Hip-Hop" - Yandy Smith got caught up in a bad situation on Vh1’s “Love & Hip-Hop” when her client’s girlfriend forced her to lose her gig and tried to fight her. Not only did she avoid throwing punches while still holding her ground, she had other gigs lined up like a true business woman so, no sweat off her back.