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TrivialPursuit

Gabrielle Union Dishes on Partying with Prince

You can watch the whole episode on the Bravo app. There is also an aftershow on the WWHL YouTube channel.


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Reply #1 posted 05/14/18 6:27am

1725topp

This is a lighthearted, fun, and cool interview. More of these, please.

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Reply #2 posted 05/14/18 6:44am

poppys

Awww. Tuna Casserole! cool

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Reply #3 posted 05/14/18 8:38am

Genesia

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poppys said:

Awww. Tuna Casserole! cool


And she's right - that is a TOTAL midwest thing. (Though, in Minnesota, they'd call it a "hot dish.")

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Reply #4 posted 05/14/18 9:06am

TrivialPursuit

Genesia said:

poppys said:

Awww. Tuna Casserole! cool


And she's right - that is a TOTAL midwest thing. (Though, in Minnesota, they'd call it a "hot dish.")


Oh my former cooking show I ended up doing three versions of this. Once I used crab meat and a homemade cheese sauce, baked in ramekins. Another time I did a straight up mac n' cheese with tuna & green peas. I forget the third version. But they were all variants of seafood and mac n' cheese. Mom used to put tuna in mac n' cheese just to stretch it. She also put a scrambled egg in our friend potatoes (which I hated). When you're poor as a kid, you learn to stretch the food. Then it just becomes part of what you eat.

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Reply #5 posted 05/14/18 9:58am

poppys

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Genesia said:


And she's right - that is a TOTAL midwest thing. (Though, in Minnesota, they'd call it a "hot dish.")


Oh my former cooking show I ended up doing three versions of this. Once I used crab meat and a homemade cheese sauce, baked in ramekins. Another time I did a straight up mac n' cheese with tuna & green peas. I forget the third version. But they were all variants of seafood and mac n' cheese. Mom used to put tuna in mac n' cheese just to stretch it. She also put a scrambled egg in our friend potatoes (which I hated). When you're poor as a kid, you learn to stretch the food. Then it just becomes part of what you eat.


There's one with dill pickles and crushed potato chip topping. foodnow

New Orleans has a "newer" dish called Crawfish Monica (mac & cheese with crawfish) that is taking over Etouffe's spot as a favorite. mac'n'cheese

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Reply #6 posted 05/14/18 10:23am

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Nice interview! Thanks

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Reply #7 posted 05/14/18 11:02am

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TrivialPursuit said:

Genesia said:


And she's right - that is a TOTAL midwest thing. (Though, in Minnesota, they'd call it a "hot dish.")


Oh my former cooking show I ended up doing three versions of this. Once I used crab meat and a homemade cheese sauce, baked in ramekins. Another time I did a straight up mac n' cheese with tuna & green peas. I forget the third version. But they were all variants of seafood and mac n' cheese. Mom used to put tuna in mac n' cheese just to stretch it. She also put a scrambled egg in our friend potatoes (which I hated). When you're poor as a kid, you learn to stretch the food. Then it just becomes part of what you eat.


Mac and cheese with tuna and peas is delightful. nod

Though my favorite variant is lobster and bacon. drool

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Reply #8 posted 05/14/18 1:12pm

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TrivialPursuit said:

You can watch the whole episode on the Bravo app. There is also an aftershow on the WWHL YouTube channel.


what aftershow?

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Reply #9 posted 05/14/18 3:53pm

laytonian

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That's not what she told Jimmy Fallon in 2014. She said she'd been invited, said she OFFERED him one (but didn't bring one).
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWrXXoAflQI" target="_blank">https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=GWrXXoAflQI

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Reply #10 posted 05/14/18 4:00pm

laytonian

TrivialPursuit said:

Genesia said:


And she's right - that is a TOTAL midwest thing. (Though, in Minnesota, they'd call it a "hot dish.")


Oh my former cooking show I ended up doing three versions of this. Once I used crab meat and a homemade cheese sauce, baked in ramekins. Another time I did a straight up mac n' cheese with tuna & green peas. I forget the third version. But they were all variants of seafood and mac n' cheese. Mom used to put tuna in mac n' cheese just to stretch it. She also put a scrambled egg in our friend potatoes (which I hated). When you're poor as a kid, you learn to stretch the food. Then it just becomes part of what you eat.

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Remember those canned shrimp (in a tin the size of a tuna can)? My mom would cook a gigantic macaroni salad and then put in one can of shrimp. For eight people. We were middle income but she "lived through the depression" and reminded us of it often. LOL.
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I love plain mac and cheese...and hot dogs cut up into mashed potatoes.

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Reply #11 posted 05/14/18 7:32pm

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luvsexy4all said:

TrivialPursuit said:

You can watch the whole episode on the Bravo app. There is also an aftershow on the WWHL YouTube channel.

what aftershow?


It's a show after a show. Ergo - aftershow.

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Reply #12 posted 05/14/18 9:54pm

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Yeah well, this is how I'm feeling right now. And it is what it is.

What I personally, just cannot seem to wrap my brain around is-- WHY in the fucking hell-- are NONE of the Superstar/Influential/Important/ETC...people that have been crawling out of the woodwork since April 21, 2016...happily telling their tales of their connections to Prince-lore to any and every media outlet that will have them.

Do not seem to be bothered in any motherfucking way...about how Prince died...nor the supposed circumstances surrounding how it allegedly happened.

With that being said...I simply cannot, do not nor will not...give nan damn fuck about thier peddling of their Prince-lore!

"Something...do not compute." disbelief

Shall no quarter be given and nan-other red cent spent...unless and until...RIGHT is done by Prince! hammer
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Reply #13 posted 05/15/18 6:28am

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Talk about one hot piece of lova plush.

"My motherfucker's so cool sheep count him."
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Reply #14 posted 05/15/18 6:48am

poppys

HatrinaHaterwitz said:

Yeah well, this is how I'm feeling right now. And it is what it is.

What I personally, just cannot seem to wrap my brain around is-- WHY in the fucking hell-- are NONE of the Superstar/Influential/Important/ETC...people that have been crawling out of the woodwork since April 21, 2016...happily telling their tales of their connections to Prince-lore to any and every media outlet that will have them.

Do not seem to be bothered in any motherfucking way...about how Prince died...nor the supposed circumstances surrounding how it allegedly happened.

With that being said...I simply cannot, do not nor will not...give nan damn fuck about thier peddling of their Prince-lore!


I understand this. What do you think they should say? The media probably prompts them because Prince is a hot topic. Maybe we should write a script for them and lock em in a room until they all say it every time.

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Reply #15 posted 05/15/18 12:44pm

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She's so pretty love

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Reply #16 posted 05/15/18 1:55pm

TrivialPursuit

HatrinaHaterwitz said:

Yeah well, this is how I'm feeling right now. And it is what it is.

What I personally, just cannot seem to wrap my brain around is-- WHY in the fucking hell-- are NONE of the Superstar/Influential/Important/ETC...people that have been crawling out of the woodwork since April 21, 2016...happily telling their tales of their connections to Prince-lore to any and every media outlet that will have them.

Do not seem to be bothered in any motherfucking way...about how Prince died...nor the supposed circumstances surrounding how it allegedly happened.

With that being said...I simply cannot, do not nor will not...give nan damn fuck about thier peddling of their Prince-lore!


In fairness, Gabrielle wasn't there as part of some quasi-Bravomentury or something. She was asked about a few things and she talked about that. WWHL is not a deep show, nor is it going to win awards for in-depth reporting. It's a late night talk show full of fun and games, gossip and pop culture.

And the minute someone does talk about the death or the hows and whys, fans are all "she wasn't there, we don't know the whole story!" Well, bingo. Neither were we. So we're even.

She wasn't there to peddle her Prince story. The host brought it up, not the other way around. You don't know what you're going to be asked on that show, not that anything is insanely weird or something. I don't think this was anyone peddling their Prince story. I love to hear how Prince operated with folks. I certainly don't want to hear a bunch of celebrities surrounded by drugs and lies anyway, extolling some pseudo-knowledge about Prince and drug use. Everyone denies it anyway, and I wanna hear the truth.

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Reply #17 posted 05/15/18 2:09pm

benni

TrivialPursuit said:

Genesia said:


And she's right - that is a TOTAL midwest thing. (Though, in Minnesota, they'd call it a "hot dish.")


Oh my former cooking show I ended up doing three versions of this. Once I used crab meat and a homemade cheese sauce, baked in ramekins. Another time I did a straight up mac n' cheese with tuna & green peas. I forget the third version. But they were all variants of seafood and mac n' cheese. Mom used to put tuna in mac n' cheese just to stretch it. She also put a scrambled egg in our friend potatoes (which I hated). When you're poor as a kid, you learn to stretch the food. Then it just becomes part of what you eat.


OHhh the scrambled egg in fried potatoes with onions. Lots of ketchup on that please. And the potatoes better be crispy! Mac-n-cheese, tuna, and green peas, yep. Beans and cornbread at every single meal, except breakfast, and then as a midnight snack, cornbread crumbled in milk. (I could never do the cornbread in milk, but my uncle had it almost every night.)

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Reply #18 posted 05/15/18 2:10pm

RJOrion

2freaky4church1 said:

Talk about one hot piece of lova plush.

meh.... she has no lips...no breasts ...no hips...no ass... she's cute, i guess.... good actress though...

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Reply #19 posted 05/15/18 2:21pm

poppys

Some of you are talking about poor food that many, like myself, still eat every day - it's all in in how it's cooked. Meat w/pasta/noodles/rice, that's poor food? Fancy restaurants charge beaucoup $$ for the "upgraded" of what we all cook. lol .

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Reply #20 posted 05/15/18 2:25pm

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poppys said:

Some of you are talking about poor food that many, like myself, still eat every day - it's all in in how it's cooked. Meat w/pasta/noodles/rice, that's poor food? Fancy restaurants charge beaucoup $$ for the "upgraded" of what we all cook. lol .


LOL - I didn't say I don't still eat "poor food", because I do! When Trivia mentioned the potatoes and eggs, my first thought was, "Ohhhh I haven't had that in quite some time! I should make some for the kids tonight!" lol

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benni said:

TrivialPursuit said:


Oh my former cooking show I ended up doing three versions of this. Once I used crab meat and a homemade cheese sauce, baked in ramekins. Another time I did a straight up mac n' cheese with tuna & green peas. I forget the third version. But they were all variants of seafood and mac n' cheese. Mom used to put tuna in mac n' cheese just to stretch it. She also put a scrambled egg in our friend potatoes (which I hated). When you're poor as a kid, you learn to stretch the food. Then it just becomes part of what you eat.


OHhh the scrambled egg in fried potatoes with onions. Lots of ketchup on that please. And the potatoes better be crispy! Mac-n-cheese, tuna, and green peas, yep. Beans and cornbread at every single meal, except breakfast, and then as a midnight snack, cornbread crumbled in milk. (I could never do the cornbread in milk, but my uncle had it almost every night.)


Love beans & cornbread. A little ketchup in the beans is good with me.

A little mustard in the chili, and Saltines on the side. (Frito Pie the next day.)

Dad always put a little mayo next to his fried potatoes. I don't but I do make a fry sauce of sorts.

Mmm, I love the tuna thing. I need to make it again soon.

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Reply #22 posted 05/15/18 3:34pm

benni

TrivialPursuit said:

benni said:


OHhh the scrambled egg in fried potatoes with onions. Lots of ketchup on that please. And the potatoes better be crispy! Mac-n-cheese, tuna, and green peas, yep. Beans and cornbread at every single meal, except breakfast, and then as a midnight snack, cornbread crumbled in milk. (I could never do the cornbread in milk, but my uncle had it almost every night.)


Love beans & cornbread. A little ketchup in the beans is good with me.

A little mustard in the chili, and Saltines on the side. (Frito Pie the next day.)

Dad always put a little mayo next to his fried potatoes. I don't but I do make a fry sauce of sorts.

Mmm, I love the tuna thing. I need to make it again soon.


My uncle always put ketchup in his beans and I'd look at him cross-eyed. I'm all natural - just the beans and the cornbread, and maybe some bacon or a hamhock in it. lol

And what about beanie weanies!? That was always a meal when my oldest was young.

Love Frito Pie!

Yeah, I think a tuna casserole is on the menu for this week. lol

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Reply #23 posted 05/16/18 6:17am

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Who wants every celebrity who ever met Prince to take about the circumstances surrounding his death? confused
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Reply #24 posted 05/16/18 8:10am

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Love it

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Reply #25 posted 05/16/18 12:24pm

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laytonian said:

TrivialPursuit said:


Oh my former cooking show I ended up doing three versions of this. Once I used crab meat and a homemade cheese sauce, baked in ramekins. Another time I did a straight up mac n' cheese with tuna & green peas. I forget the third version. But they were all variants of seafood and mac n' cheese. Mom used to put tuna in mac n' cheese just to stretch it. She also put a scrambled egg in our friend potatoes (which I hated). When you're poor as a kid, you learn to stretch the food. Then it just becomes part of what you eat.

.

Remember those canned shrimp (in a tin the size of a tuna can)? My mom would cook a gigantic macaroni salad and then put in one can of shrimp. For eight people. We were middle income but she "lived through the depression" and reminded us of it often. LOL.
.

I love plain mac and cheese...and hot dogs cut up into mashed potatoes.


My mom always made a summer salad of tuna, macaroni, peas, cubes of cheese, and onions. But at least she used the big can of tuna. lol

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Reply #26 posted 05/16/18 3:55pm

TrivialPursuit

Genesia said:

laytonian said:

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Remember those canned shrimp (in a tin the size of a tuna can)? My mom would cook a gigantic macaroni salad and then put in one can of shrimp. For eight people. We were middle income but she "lived through the depression" and reminded us of it often. LOL.
.

I love plain mac and cheese...and hot dogs cut up into mashed potatoes.


My mom always made a summer salad of tuna, macaroni, peas, cubes of cheese, and onions. But at least she used the big can of tuna. lol


This experience will cover courtship, sex, commitment, fetishes, loneliness, vindication, love, and hate.
http://bit.ly/1D3FG2U
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