Preview ‘Mary Mary’ season 2

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    Promo clips released for season 2 of the gospel duo Mary Mary’s self-titled reality show have already caused quite an uproar, and it doesn’t even premiere until this winter.
     
    The first clip features Erica and Tina’s sister Goo Goo Atkins and sister-in-law Joi Campbell in the midst of auditioning male dancers for a bachelorette party. In the clip, one dancer dropped his pants a little lower than some churchgoers may want to see. The second clip features the duo’s manager, Mitchell Solarek, and Goo Goo’s boyfriend, Justin Moore, in a heated confrontation that looked like it may have escalated physically.
     
    While the show doesn’t premiere until December 1, many fans have already taken to social networks to express their concerns. At issue: controversy, potential violence and sexual innuendo on a show featuring gospel singers with a faith-based ministry.
     
    As S2S reported back in May, the sisters are excited to share their lives again with their fans.
     
    "We’re super-excited about season 2—more music, more mommying, more husbands, more Goo Goo, Mitchell and Ms. Honey, and definitely more fun and chaos!" they said in a statement.
     
    Since the first season ended, Tina Campbell recently welcomed her fourth child, Santana Campbell, into the family.
     
    Watch the clips below.


     

     

     

    See photos of Mary Mary, the Braxton sisters, the Mowry twins and more sisters working together.

    —Kimberley Glascoe


    Do you think "Mary Mary" is too secular for the ladies’ gospel mission? Leave your comments below.

     

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