Last night, somehow, he got the “Braxton Family Values” co-stars to spend some of their valuable promotion time talking about “Real Housewives of Atlanta” co-star Porsha Williams (and yes, her ex Kordell Stewart).
Already booked is the unlikely pairing of screen icon Diahann Carroll and part AutoTune innovator/part caricature, T-Pain – on the same show.
Apparently anything can happen on The Arsenio Hall Show – and that’s part of what Hall ascribes to its success.
“I think sometimes its either meant to be or its not meant to be, and I think this was one that God was gonna let me have,” he explained.
And DeBreaux didn’t let him go without having him share his favorite movie (it’s not what you expect); what exactly his son did that compelled him to start working again; and then he turned the tables to ask Atlanta audiences what questions her should pose to RHOA’s Kenya Moore.
Hear it all, here: