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Karen Huger Is Accused of Having Secret Boyfriend Named 'Blue Eyes' at Real Housewives of Potomac Reunion

The ladies of The Real Housewives of Potomac already came to blows during part 1 of the explosive reunion last week — and in People’s exclusive sneak peek of Sunday’s closer, the gloves come off as accusations of infidelity fly.

The most shocking? Charrisse Jackson-Jordan’s claim that the Grand Dame of Potomac Karen Huger — who has been married to her husband Raymond for more than 20 years — has been unfaithful, with a secret boyfriend on the side.

“People say you have a boyfriend. Do I talk about that?” Jackson-Jordan says. “Blue Eyes or whatever his name is?”

The accusation sends
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Accusations of Infidelity & Open Relationships Cause Big Brawls in Real Housewives of Potomac Reunion Trailer

Accusations of Infidelity & Open Relationships Cause Big Brawls in Real Housewives of Potomac Reunion Trailer
After a season of intense arguments and shifting friendships, the ladies of The Real Housewives of Potomac have a lot of drama to unpack — and People has an exclusive First Look at all the juicy blowouts from the two-part reunion.

Gizelle Bryant, Ashley Darby, Robyn Dixon, Karen Huger, Charrisse Jackson-Jordan and Monique Samuels are all back for the catch-up, and each lady brings her own gripes to the table.

The biggest conflict appears to involve Potomac Grand Dame of Potomac Huger and Jackson-Jordan, longtime friends who had a few falling-outs this season (who can forget their big Bahamas brawl?). This time,
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Five Things You Didn’t Know about Charrisse Jackson-Jordan

Charrisse Jackson-Jordan is one of the main cast members on The Real Housewives of Potomac. Previously, she had been married to basketball coach Eddie Jordan, but over the course of the reality TV show, that relationship has come to a conclusion. Now as then, Jackson-Jordan remains a devoted mother to her two teenage children as well as a socialite of note in the region. Here are 5 things that you may or may not have known about Charrisse Jackson-Jordan: Her Name Means Grace Charrisse as well as other names with similar spellings can trace their origins to the Greek Kharis,

Five Things You Didn’t Know about Charrisse Jackson-Jordan
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Princess Charlene Lives Out Your European Dreams in This Stunning Video

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Princess Charlene Lives Out Your European Dreams in This Stunning Video
Ever wonder what it's really like to live like royalty? Well, according to this new video posted to the Prince's Palace of Monaco's Facebook page on Thursday, it's pretty amazing. In the video, which is in celebration of Monaco's 75th Grand Prix, Princess Charlene and her husband, Prince Albert II, open up about the prestigious and glamorous event. While Charlene arrives by boat (and stuns in a gorgeous halter top, sunglasses, and red lipstick), Albert flies in on a helicopter. The couple then join past Grand Prix winners David Coulthard and Mark Webber at the Monaco Yacht Club to talk about their favorite memories from the auto race's past. The video, which could easily double as a Hollywood film, also features appearances by Irish racing legend Eddie Jordan and sports journalist Steve Jones. Watch the rare glimpse into royal life above!
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Princess Charlene Perfectly Channels a Glam Bond Girl in Stunning Video for Monaco’s 75th Grand Prix

Princess Charlene is going Bond!

In honor of Monaco’s 75th Grand Prix, held last weekend, Prince Albert and Princess Charlene took part in a special tribute, a brief 7-minute video, boasting all the romance and glamour of a Bond film.

With Charlene (who stuns in a chic halter top and glamorous shades!) arriving by boat and Albert in a helicopter, the couple joined past Monaco Grand Prix winners David Coulthard and Mark Weber at the Monaco Yacht Club. There, in a rare and captivating glimpse, the relaxed royal couple shared memories of the world’s most prestigious auto race
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Top Gear: Season 24 Premiere Moved to a New Night

Top Gear will return to television a night earlier than previously scheduled. That announcement was made late last week with a new video. The new season will feature Matt LeBlanc as host.BBC America also shared a press release detailing the new premiere night and season ahead. Check both the press release and the video out below.BBC America will premiere the new season of Top Gear on a new date and night - Sunday, March 12, at 8/7c followed by after show Extra Gear.Hosts:The car show sees Matt LeBlanc, Chris Harris and Rory Reid at the helm, with appearances from German race ace Sabine Schmitz, F1 pundit Eddie Jordan, and the international man of mystery referred to only as 'The Stig,' because that's his name.Road
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The Real Housewives of Potomac Turn Up the Drama in the Season 2 Trailer

The Real Housewives of Potomac Turn Up the Drama in the Season 2 Trailer
The word on the street is … they’re the word on the street!

When Bravo first premiered The Real Housewives of Potomac, they ran a cheeky “Where’s Potomac?” campaign responding to viewers’ confusion over the location of the Maryland-based Housewives franchise. But after season 1, the Washington, D.C., suburb was officially on the map.

Now, the wealthy inhabitants of Rhop are back for even more superior shade in season 2 — and People has the exclusive First Look!

Original Housewives Gizelle Bryant, Ashley Darby, Robyn Dixon, Karen Huger and Charrisse Jackson-Jordan are all back for another round of fun — joined by new Housewife Monique Samuels,
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Top Gear: BBC America Teases New Season with Matt LeBlanc

"You ready?" BBC America has released a new preview for the upcoming season of Top Gear featuring Matt LeBlanc.In September, we reported that LeBlanc would return for the 24th season of the car show. The Friends star joined the UK program last season after regular hosts Jeremy Clarkson, Richard Hammond, and James May left. Regular contributors Chris Harris, Rory Reid, Eddie Jordan, Sabine Schmitz, and The Stig are all returning for the new season.Read More…
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Matt LeBlanc to Host Next Two Seasons of Top Gear

Matt LeBlanc to Host Next Two Seasons of Top Gear
Matt LeBlanc will host one of the most-watched shows in the world, Top Gear, the BBC announced on Monday.

In a statement, Patrick Holland, Channel Editor, BBC Two said, "I am thrilled that Matt LeBlanc is returning to Top Gear. He's a huge talent whose love of cars is infectious. I can't wait for the series to return to BBC Two next year."

LeBlanc has agreed a two series deal beginning next year and will be joined by Chris Harris and Rory Reid, with regular appearances from others including ex-race car driver Eddie Jordan and German motor-racing pro Sabine Schmitz.
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Matt LeBlanc to Host Next Two Seasons of Top Gear

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Matt LeBlanc to Host Next Two Seasons of Top Gear
Matt LeBlanc will host one of the most-watched shows in the world, Top Gear, the BBC announced on Monday. In a statement, Patrick Holland, Channel Editor, BBC Two said, "I am thrilled that Matt LeBlanc is returning to Top Gear. He's a huge talent whose love of cars is infectious. I can't wait for the series to return to BBC Two next year." LeBlanc has agreed a two series deal beginning next year and will be joined by Chris Harris and Rory Reid, with regular appearances from others including ex-race car driver Eddie Jordan and German motor-racing pro Sabine Schmitz.
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Matt LeBlanc to Return as ‘Top Gear’ Host, BBC Confirms

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Matt LeBlanc to Return as ‘Top Gear’ Host, BBC Confirms
(Lone) gentleman, start your engine: Matt LeBlanc will return as the sole host of “Top Gear” for at least two more seasons, the BBC confirmed Monday morning. Previously, it was unclear if the “Friends” star would be the face of the BBC Two series’ upcoming 24th season. The show’s ratings weren’t very good after Jeremy Clarkson and the boys left, and LeBlanc himself was cagey about a comeback when asked recently by TV critics. Still, it’s on, and LeBlanc will be joined by Chris Harris and Rory Reid, with regular appearances from Eddie Jordan, Sabine Schmitz and The Stig.
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Matt LeBlanc In ‘Top Gear’ Driver’s Seat With Two-Season Hosting Deal

The BBC has confirmed that Matt LeBlanc will return to host Top Gear under a two-season deal. The first will air next year. LeBlanc co-fronted the most recent season of the flagship BBC Two motoring show with Chris Evans who abruptly departed in July. The next season, which is Cycle 24, will see LeBlanc joined by members of Cycle 23’s team, Chris Harris and Rory Reid, along with regular appearances from Eddie Jordan, Sabine Schmitz and The Stig. The Top Gear reboot this…
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Matt LeBlanc to Return as Host of ‘Top Gear,’ BBC Confirms

Matt LeBlanc to Return as Host of ‘Top Gear,’ BBC Confirms
Matt LeBlanc will return to host another season of hit automotive show “Top Gear,” the BBC confirmed Monday, as the program braces for heavy competition from a new car-themed series from Amazon featuring “Top Gear’s” former presenters.

LeBlanc signed up for two more seasons, the BBC said. The Sun tabloid reported that the deal was worth 2 million pounds ($2.6 million), but the pubcaster did not comment on LeBlanc’s salary.

The former “Friends” star’s return next year as “Top Gear” front man will be without his original co-host, Chris Evans, who quit earlier this summer amid concern over the show’s slide in the ratings and negative reaction from fans and critics alike to his hosting. Viewership hit a dismal 1.9 million for the 2016 finale in July, the program’s worst results since its 2002 relaunch.

LeBlanc will be joined for the 2017 season, “Top Gear’s” 24th in total, by Chris Harris and Rory Reid, with
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Top Gear: Matt LeBlanc signs two-series deal

Former Friends star to host BBC show with Chris Harris and Rory Reid, with regular appearances from Eddie Jordan, Sabine Schmitz and the Stig

Matt LeBlanc has signed a two-series deal with the BBC, which could be worth as much as £2m, to become the host of Top Gear when it returns in 2017.

As the terms of the deal were hammered out with BBC Worldwide, the corporation’s commercial arm, the broadcaster will avoid new rules designed to name all on-air talent earning more than £150,000 a year.

Related: BBC Studios boss: ‘We’re not looking for another Chris Evans on Top Gear

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Top Gear: Matt LeBlanc to Be Asked Back for New Season

How you doin'? Back in July, after Chris Evans' departure from the Top Gear TV show on BBC America and BBC Two was announced, Variety reported it had confirmed Matt LeBlanc would return. Last week at the TCA's though, LeBlanc said that while he would like to return, nothing had been officially decided. The cast also includes presenters Rory Reid, Sabine Schmitz, Eddie Jordan, and Chris Harris.LeBlanc's new Man with a Plan TV show comedy premieres on CBS on October 24th. The sitcom has first crack at the Friends veteran's availability. Digital Spy made an inquiry to the BBC, to suss out whether LeBlanc and the rest of the crew would return for Top Gear,
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Top Gear: Season 24 Ordered with Matt LeBlanc as Host

The BBC's Top Gear TV show, which has been renewed for a 24th season, will not replace Chris Evans, who announced his exit on July 4th. Matt LeBlanc will return as host, when production begins in September, Variety has confirmed. The original UK version of Top Gear airs on BBC Two in UK and BBC America in the Us.Presenters Eddie Jordan, a Formula 1 commentator; German racer Sabine Schmitz; motoring journalist Chris Harris; and car reviewer Rory Reid are also expected to return for Top Gear, season 24.Read More…
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Top Gear: Chris Evans Dedicates Radio Show to Former Co-Stars

Chris Evans, who left the Top Gear TV series after one season, dedicated the July 5th broadcast of his BBC Radio 2 Weekday Breakfast Show to BBC Two's Top Gear TV program (which has just finished its 23rd season on BBC America) and encouraged his listeners to "move on."Matt LeBlanc, Eddie Jordan, Sabine Schmitz, and automobile journalists Chris Harris and Rory Reid worked with Evans in season 23, as well as anonymous test-driver, the Stig.Read More…
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Matt LeBlanc Gets 'Top Gear' All to Himself

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2016-07-06T09:02:45-07:00Matt LeBlanc Gets 'Top Gear' All to Himself

A representative for Matt LeBlanc last week denied rumors that the actor had issued an ultimatum to the producers of Top Gear, saying that the actor did not, as was widely reported, threaten to leave the show if his co-host, Chris Evans, was not fired. Denials aside, Evans was, in fact, fired this week, leaving LeBlanc as the sole host of the BBC auto series.

LeBlanc's addition to the series this season was part of a retooling of the show that included the installation of Evans as host. However, the new format proved extremely unpopular, and the series' ratings have been in freefall. Evans was the target of most most fan criticism, and he was first to go as producers attempted to fix the problem.

LeBlanc will return as host next season, with
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Matt LeBlanc Set to Host ‘Top Gear’ Solo After Chris Evans’ Exit

Matt LeBlanc Set to Host ‘Top Gear’ Solo After Chris Evans’ Exit
With Chris Evans’ departure from “Top Gear,” the British automotive series is undergoing its second host change in a little more than a year. But don’t expect a complete overhaul this time.

Sources tell Variety that Evans’ co-host Matt LeBlanc will return for the show’s 24th season, which is set to begin production in September. Contributors Chris Harris, Eddie Jordan, Rory Reid and Sabine Schmitz, who joined LeBlanc and Evans for season 23, are expected to return alongside LeBlanc for season 24. No replacement for Evans is expected to be named — leaving LeBlanc and the contributors to carry the show’s on-camera responsibilities.

LeBlanc is also set to star this fall in the freshman CBS comedy series “Man With a Plan,” his first starring role on U.S. broadcast TV in a decade. Under LeBlanc’s deal with the studio, “Man With the Plan” is in first position, with the studio obliged to make a good-faith effort
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