TV One Access: Hollywood’s Most Eligible Bachelorettes
First Published: July 11, 2009 2:38 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
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On the next “TV One Access,” host Tatyana Ali and correspondent Quddus take a look at Hollywood’s “Most Eligible Bachelorettes,” along with a panel of experts to find the most ideal soul mate for these special ladies. “Most Eligible Bachelorettes” is an hour-long special produced by TV One’s monthly entertainment news program, “TV One Access.” The special premieres Sunday, July 12, 2009 (check local listings) on cable’s TV One.
“TV One Access” is getting into the dating game with Hollywood’s most eligible bachelorettes by giving viewers a look at the women who are beautiful, talented, successful and unlucky in love. With the help of the top matchmakers in the love connection business, “TV One Access” will find the most ideal match for these amazing women.
The panel of experts include Girl! Let Me Tell You… author, Lauren Lake and comedian turned relationship advice columnist, Finesse Mitchell. From the unlucky-in-love singer Rihanna to the twice-divorced mother of four, “Ugly Betty” television star Vanessa Williams, “TV One Access” will reveal the unique qualities that these women should be looking for in a life-long partner.
“To our surprise, we discovered that many of Hollywood’s hottest leading ladies haven’t been so lucky in the game of love. The capable panel of experts we assembled considered the ladies’ values, interests, hobbies and personality types to determine who they are most compatible with,” says Monique Chenault, Senior Producer, “TV One Access.” From unconventional pairings like Solange Knowles and Kanye West, to look-a-like match-ups like Vanessa Williams and Michael Ealy, our mission to find soul mates for these extraordinary single ladies was as educational as it was entertaining.”
The list includes Tyra Banks, successful talk show host and former model, Academy®Award-nominee Taraji P. Henson, former Destiny’s Child member and current solo artist Kelly Rowland, Beyonce’s younger sister, recording artist Solange Knowles, and “High School Musical” star Monique Coleman as some of Hollywood’s most eligible bachelorettes.
The special wouldn’t be complete without actresses Sanaa Lathan, Gabrielle Union, Kerry Washington and Nia Long. Also profiled is R&B singer Teairra Mari.
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