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Kandi Celebrates Bachelorette Party, Danity Kane To Tour

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 Greetings on this Sunday night! There has been a few things rumbling in the blogosphere. First things first, Kandi recently celebrated her bachelorette party. The party including RHOA castmates Phaedra Parks-Nida and Porsha Williams. There were also her friends, former bandmate "Tiny" Harris, Rasheeda, and Toya Wright. Kandi isn't the only one celebrating as her husband to be, Todd will be celebrating a bachelor's party as well. Speaking of RHOA, former Danity Kane member D. Woods made a brief appearance on tonight's RHOA episode since she was casted in Kandi's play, A Mother's Love. Her appearance prompted her to be a Trending Topic on Twitter throughout the night. And while we're on the subject of Danity Kane, the remaining members have teamed up yet again for a tour(cha ching!). The tour, named #NoFilterTour will be coming to a city near you I suppose. You all will have to look up the tour dates yourself since I didn't bother looking them up. Danity Kane isn't the only girl group reuniting these days. Other girl groups that have reunited in the past are as follows: En Vogue, SWV, TLC, and Destiny's Child. Unfortunately we will have to wait a bit longer for a reunion for XScape. Kandi is still upset at one of the Scott sisters over comments made on the radio. What I don't understand about Kandi's beef is she can beef with the girls on RHOA and be friends again with them the next day but she can't forgive her former bandmate and let bygones be bygones. I mean all the other girl groups are putting their mess aside to get together. I mean after all Kandi is about her business and her coin, so to me a reunion with Xscape is infinite and would be quite profitable if it ever happens. Well that's all folks for tonight! Thanks for reading and until next time...
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