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Entertainment The Real World's Heather B. reveals the scene she wished was never cut from the first season

06:10  08 april  2021
06:10  08 april  2021 Source:   ew.com

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She is billed in all projects as Heather B ., and is most well known for being a cast member on The Real World : New York, the first season of MTV' s reality show The Real World .[1] One of two African American roommates, Heather was portrayed as a friendly, intelligent young woman with aspirations to become a rap superstar. She forged an unlikely friendship with naïve Alabama girl Julie; a memorable early clip from the season has Julie asking Heather if she wears a beeper because she is a drug dealer.

But first , the Houston-born Texan competes for eight trophies - including TikTok bop of the year and female artist of the year - at the 2021 iHeartRadio Music Awards, which air May 27 on Fox. 'I have been working so hard for these papers!' The Pop It rapper is set to graduate from Texas Southern University 'this fall' with a degree in health administration, and she plans on opening an assisted-living facility. Megan (pictured July 28) told E! News on March 29: 'I juggle it all with my great team, and I have really great time management'. Airing May 27 on Fox!

With The Real World Homecoming: New York winding down, EW has an exclusive sneak peek at the finale, in which the roommates are given a chance to ask the show's producers questions. That leads to Heather B. Gardner pointing out how they'd missed out on airing a small moment that could've been part of TV history.

a man sitting at a table in a restaurant: Heather B. Gardner and her father, Daryl Earl Gardner Sr. © Paramount+ Heather B. Gardner and her father, Daryl Earl Gardner Sr.

It all starts when cast member Norman Korpi inquires whether there are any story lines that Real World co-creator Jonathan Murray and showrunner George Verschoor wish they had aired. Verschoor responds by explaining how the runtime of the show was the biggest stressor: "There was a mountain of tapes that we had to keep up with," he says. "We would shoot 60 hours of footage a week of you guys that we had to boil down to 24 minutes, which was an impossible task."

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The 46-year-old flaunted her fabulous figure in a mostly-leather look while enjoying a night out on the town, part of which she also captured on her Story. The former Real Housewives Of Miami castmate' s post comes not long after her breakup with NBA star Malik Beasley, which was reportedly caused by Although the two both appeared on the show, the former wife of NBA great Scottie Pippen was only featured in its first season , while the latter appeared in its final two. Hochstein also shared a video to her own account, in which she could be seen snacking on a tasty post-dinner snack while her friend

She wrote: 'I just wish i could just see you dad and tell you its going to be okay. 'Please dad fight for your f* life you are such a strong, caring man who has brought us kids up and loved us like we are your own. 'I wish I could just hold your hand but unfortunately Covid has decided that for us. 'You can do this dad.' Five youths - who cannot be named due to their age - have been arrested for attempted murder and grievous bodily harm with intent. Pictured: Police at the scene on Sunday.

To that point, Gardner reveals she was disappointed to see her father's visit was left on the cutting room floor. "Especially being a Black female, just to see her with her dad, I always had a very strong relationship with my father, and I think that always goes missing in every show, written or reality," she laments. "It's just never there. People don't see Black women and their fathers together, and what that means, and it helps us to develop our relationships later on in life."

The producers are immediately apologetic to Gardner, with both acknowledging that they're aware of how much her father, Daryl Earl Gardner Sr., meant to her. "I wish we had included him," Murray says. "I'm very sorry."

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'Rather than reporting her death to anyone, you kept her decomposing body in your bedroom for the next eight days,' the judge said. 'You purchased the necessary equipment from nearby shops and then set about cutting up her body with a view to disposing of it. 'You disarticulated her arms at the shoulder, her upper legs from her pelvis, and her lower legs from the knees. 'With the exception of her left lower leg and her kneecaps, you wrapped all her limbs in black plastic bin liners and dumped them unceremoniously in the waste bins behind the restaurant in anticipation of them being removed by

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Viewers are then finally shown the previously unaired footage of the elder Gardner casually checking up on his daughter as she's on a group outing, and the pair sharing a laugh at a restaurant. The moment is intercut with confessional footage of Gardner from that first season noting that her father is her role model.

At the end of the clip, Gardner is back in a present-day confessional stating to the camera, "I realize now, at that time, my dad and I together, they didn't know what to do with that. It had never been seen before. There was no story line for that. But I refuse to have that erased."

She adds, "There's going to be another girl like me who has a relationship with her father that comes on The Real World. Tell her story. Fine, I'll take my lumps, I'll deal with that. My dad's watching over me, so I'm good, but don't do that to the next girl. Tell that Black girl's story with her father."

Watch the video above for more. The final episode of The Real World Homecoming: New York will be available Thursday on Paramount+.

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