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Preview: TLC’s Chilli gets bootylicious for “Celebrities Undercover”

The singer appears in Oxygen’s new reality series on April 22

TLC member and Atlanta native Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas is no stranger to reality TV, but fans might have trouble recognizing her in latest gig on Oxygen’s Celebrities Undercover. The hidden camera show from executive producers Wendy Williams and Kim Kardashian transforms celebrities into everyday people using wigs and prosthetics and sends them into staged situations to discover what fans really say about them. Read more...

My drunken dinner with Kim Zolciak Biermann

As celebrity spokeswoman for "breakfast-inspired" liqueurs, the Bravo reality star hosts a brinner party

At 3:40 p.m. Tuesday, my cellphone rings. It’s my driver Bashira. The black sedan is idling outside, waiting to take me to this evening’s assignment. I’m being whisked to Bravo reality TV star Kim Zolciak Biermann and Atlanta Falcons defensive end Kroy Biermann’s Alpharetta estate to consume breakfast foods at dinnertime. And to get drunk. Read more...

How to tell Sherlock and Star Trek fans apart

221B Con and TrekTrax both take over Atlanta this month.

Conventions aren’t only fun for conventioneers. When fanfests are in town, spotting costumed revelers is a spectator sport. This month, two legendary fictional universes collide as 221B Con (April 4–6) and TrekTrax Atlanta (April 25–27) bring Sherlock Holmes junior gumshoes and Star Trek Trekkers to our streets. Read more...

The Walking Dead Haiku Recap: All boxed up

The Season 4 finale in which Rick bites off more than he can chew and we learn more about Terminus

Rick is unbroken / "They're screwing with wrong people" / Season-ending vow Read more...

Monica Pearson and the mystery of the missing Emmy

After a decade apart, a Marietta antiques emporium reunites two ladies of TV

Marietta Antique Mall consigner Bob Ramaley estimates that he blew “maybe a grand” for the entire contents of an abandoned public storage unit on Canton Road back in 2012. The boxed up junk then enjoyed a two-year residency in Ramaley’s garage until last week when he unearthed the trinkets while setting up his booth at the burgeoning business on Roswell Road. Read more...