Dwayne Wade, Gabrielle Union, Relationships, Upcoming Events, Weddings

The invitations are out and it’s official!


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Gabrielle Union is set to marry her long-time beau Dwayne Wade on August 30, 2014. And according to TMZ, wedding guest have already been warned that NO CAMERAS and NO PHONE CAMERAS allowed… which could be a huge problem, since their guests are ADDICTED to social media!

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The invitations which are made of wood, announces the nuptials will take place at 10:30 P.M. in the evening and close friends and family members are to “Put on their dancing shoes and join them for a THROW DOWN.”

According to TMZ.com

It’s all set to go down at a mystery location in Miami on August 30th.

Guests have been instructed to meet up at a famous hotel — where they will be transported to the wedding site.

But the most important part of the invitation is the note which directs the guests to leave their phones and cameras at home “for the comfort of our guests and to protect our privacy.”

 

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Dwayne Wade, Gabrielle Union, Wedding planner

Dwayne Wade & Gabrielle Union set the date…


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Sources tell TMZ Dwyane Wade and Gabrielle Union sent out “save the date” notices for their upcoming wedding in Miami on August 30th.

According to TMZ:

Dwyane Wade‘s wedding guests better pack flip flops — TMZ has learned, his upcoming nuptials to fiancée Gabrielle Union will take place on the surface of the sun … aka Miami in August … and we have the Save the Date invite pictured below.

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Dwayne Wade, Gabrielle Union, Relationships, What she said

Gabrielle Union Says Her Parents’ Divorce Helped Her Be A Good Stepmom To Dwayne Wade’s Kids


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I think Gabrielle Union is a bit delirious and the talking too much is giving her away. Gabby said, coming from a product of divorced parents, she’s well prepared to be stepmother to her fiancé Dwayne Wade’s boys.

I’m lucky that I come from a family that went through divorce. My parents were married for 30 years before they got divorced and I’m sure after 30 years there was bitterness, anger, and resentment and fear and all sorts of things.

But I don’t know [for sure] because they never made it our issue, they handled their divorce and our subsequent transition into a blended family with grace and dignity and respect and always put us first and didn’t involve us. So I’m lucky that i can just mirror what my parents did and always put the kids first.

I guess this includes Dwayne Wade’s newest addition as well.

The “Being Mary Jane” actress appears to be so happy at this point in her personal life and career.

Being Mary Jane, Gabrielle Union, Television Sitcoms

Being Mary Jane, Episode 3 who saw it?


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“Beautifully flawed” Mary Jane (Gabrielle Union) continues to juggle her career and a married man in last night’s episode of BET’s hit scripted TV series Being Mary Jane.

It was a hot and bazaar confession when Gabriel Union’s character (Mary Jane) pulled out one of her lovers saved sperm from the freezer.

And I ask the question: How does a married man give his mistress a ring? With a promise to think about it. She’ll marry him and he’ll do the exact same thing to her (CHEAT) in a years time.

Being Mary Jane, Being Single, BET Network, Season premiere, Television Sitcoms

Being Mary Jane…I like the show but it promotes premarital sex!


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In case you missed it, BET’s original scripted series, Being Mary Jane starring Gabrielle Union aired last night after much fanfare.

Many are wondering if the show is “life imitating art” as Union’s character is in love with and can’t let go of a married man. The show addresses infidelity, adultery and premarital sex as the norm for a successful black woman. This depiction is both disturbing and somewhat unrealistic.

Union’s character secretly yearns for a man and family of her own but sees this goal as unattainable due to the perplexed marriage to her career.

Last night’s show was the first of eight series, my question is…will you continue to watch?