The women who ‘Run The World'

Co-stars Amber Stevens West and Andrea Bordeaux dish on their new show that tells the story of a group of Black women who work, live and play in Harlem as they strive for world domination.
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Our next guest. Two of the stars of the new series run. For the world to show that follows a group of thirty something black women and best friends who are not only surviving don't know they are thriving music got a big a look at this. Where Renee makes this all about her Britney. Have you but your wedding trip or just yet. No the travel colors from his village are brown and blue and they want wrapped my 350 dollar bridal do ended. Do bragged they eat and pretty sure if snacks and do rag exactly. Like a crown dungy and. And here in fellas about the show I think those stars themselves. Amber's Stephens west and Andrea Bordeaux think you both for being with us and personal amber congratulations. You are pregnant with your second baby we're very excited for you yeah I. You look at that. Beautiful. Place would it became like. Visibly pregnant it's all right well. Yeah but you Wear it very well I'll say that Mike so tell us up to show amber. These four are best girlfriends they found three of the apartment wrapped together. And they're just living in Harlem and it's not their friendship and our love life and their work leg and then just happened. Like he's had the right thing in Harlem in the comedy and it looks at the company. Andrea but you'll still deal with some real world some a and even you targets and some serious. Not content there. But that at the same time this idea of the black experience some people assume that the black experience has to be. A certain way but what black experience you'll are hoping to show it. Well I think you know wanted things ever really showing on on this on this program is that you know there is no one black experience like people are not a minor Lance stands intersection you're talking about black women and one of the things I like say is that if you're black woman. And you're living life that you're having a black experience it doesn't really matter what that looks like and what we're showing him running and world this Janice you know lets you examples of what addicts. And in speaking to that specifically amber used said that you didn't think initially that you were black enough. To be on a show like this but that you had a big revelation. Doing this show tell us about. Yeah I you know I just think that I was conditioned for so long to think that I didn't fit and his latent injuries that we've been kind to kind of depicted a one way like black women are like this and they do this and act like this. And it never fit into that and I never saw myself represented and things that I am. That was consuming like TV shows and stuff and so when they approached me is that this is a comedy about or women living in Harlem black women like. Me why are you asking me and that's not that's not what I do. Growth in Beverly Hills united just didn't seem an it would fit but it was very validating. To be approached and say no you are not you are like she's that a black woman in the black experience and knowledge of the same in. And and I didn't really realize how much that resonated with me until we. You're filming this series and you're halfway through filming. And I was started doing press and someone asked me. What's it like being asked is it important to you why is it important that the show about where black woman starring we're confident. I just burst into tears and think wow I didn't realize that it. It's still axle for me just on a personal well. Well I think it's gonna resonate with so many people out there Andrea amber thank you both for being with us today we appreciate it. Being here and you so much for having run the world will overturn the new episode on Sunday June 27 on star acts.

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