HOUSTON, TX- The ladies of Closet Chats hosted an exclusive launch party and private screening for their new talk show in a lavish exclusive location behind the gates of Royal Oaks Country Club on Sunday, April 7, 2019.
The show features three highly-successful business women, Earlene Buggs, Felicia Henderson, and Christina Murray discussing relevant topics that are diverse, engaging, and informative for women.
VIP guest such as Patt Smith (Author & wife of Emmit Smith), Pastor Keion Henderson, CleRenda McGrady (Founder, of PUSH), Holton Buggs (Husband of Earlene & Investor), Pastor Mia Wright, Twiler Portis (Philanthropist), J Mulan (J Mulan Agency), and Dr. Ireshea Hillard (Sr. Pastor of New Light Church) walked the pink carpet. Guests enjoyed a variety of hors d’oeuvres curated by celebrity Chef, Giovanni while sipping on a signature pink panties infusion topped with customized “Closet Chats” sweet treats. The evening was truly intimate and a safe haven for “girl talk” as guests gathered in the living room along with the cast of Closet Chats to watch an exclusive upcoming episode entitled “How to Spot a Fake Friend.”
Viewers enjoyed the moderator, Chauncy Glover from ABC 13, charismatic personality during an interactive Q & A as the cast were very transparent in revealing their thoughts and personal experiences when it comes to friendships, marriage, mentorship, etc. The ladies were eager to know what viewers wanted them to discuss in future episodes therefore; viewers were able to provide input and pitch topic ideas they would like to see Closet Chats tackle next in future episodes.
With the lady’s unfiltered style, their goal is to inspire viewers by articulating things they may not be able to and providing a safe space for those “difficult” societal conversations to happen.
Closet Chat is directed and produced by IYO Visuals under the leadership of Isaac “Chill Vibes” Yowman. For more information and to watch the latest episodes of Closet Chats please visit www.facebook.com/theclosetchats.
see recap video here