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Wife Miranda Pearman-Maday Wasn’t able to see Raven-Previous Symoné’s Show

Wife Miranda Pearman-Maday Wasn’t able to see Raven-Previous Symoné’s Show

Wife Miranda Pearman-Maday Wasn’t able to see Raven-Previous Symoné’s Show
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Raven-Symoné Raven is an American actress, singer, and songwriter who goes by the mononym Christina Pearman-Maday.  She has received several accolades, including five NAACP Image Awards, two Kids’ Choice Awards, three Young Artist Awards, and three Daytime Emmy Award nominations.

Raven-Symoné knows that everything occurs for a reason.

The 36-year-old actress opened up about why she’s pleased her partner Miranda Pearman-Maday never seen her sitcom That’s So Raven in its peak when appearing on The Tamron Hall Show with her wife Miranda Pearman-Maday on Monday.

Tamron Hall was taken aback when Raven-Symoné said, “She never saw That’s So Raven before she met me.”

“It’s fantastic! Imagine being in a relationship with someone who doesn’t look at you like a famous person even though you have been famous your whole entire life,” the star said of the fresh start she got when she met Pearman-Maday, 34. “You get to be seen.”

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“And Miranda provided me with a reality, with an honest conversation to the point where she forgets that I’m Raven-Symoné or doesn’t even consider me that person.”

Raven-Symoné featured as a psychic teen in That’s So Raven from 2003 to 2007, and the show inspired her smash sitcom Raven’s Home, which debuted in 2017 and is presently in its fifth season.

“I believe in therapy,” she told Senior Correspondent Jeremy Parsons last week. “I believe in the couch. I have been guarded my whole entire career because of what I’ve been taught to do, because of the people around me, because of my childhood.”

“Me getting married to Miranda has helped a lot. The people who are now on my team have really set a foundation that makes me feel comfortable enough because I know that somebody has my back.”

“In prior situations, I would say things, I’ve gotten all kinds of things, but people in my own corner were chastising me as much as everyone else, and I didn’t feel secure or safety.”

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