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Bravo TV's "Married to Medicine" Star Toya Bush-Harris Discusses Her Show

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Neil Haley, The Total Tutor host of the Total Celebrity Show, interviewed Toya Bush-Harris to find out about her show, her home life, and her charity work.

Born and raised on the south side of Detroit, Bush-Harris attended Tennessee State University and then graduated from the University of Phoenix before returning to Detroit to pursue her career as a Pharmaceutical Representative for several Fortune 500 Companies. Now she is flourishing as a wife of Emergency Medicine Physician, Dr. Eugene Harris III, whom she met in Detroit during his residency. With two kids, she is now one of the stars of the reality show "Married to Medicine."

In this interview on The Total Celebrity Show, Bush-Harris shares about being on "Married to Medicine."

“It has been awesome," Bush-Harris said. “My days are filled with my children's lives and helping in the community.”

Bush-Harris discussed how her life has changed since being on "Married to Medicine."

“It was not huge deal. When I am in my sweats and have no make-up on, most people do not know who I am. Though sometimes people walk up to grocery store.”

Bush-Harris believes there are a lot of challenges being on reality show. They assume they know who she is. They don't see her doing some of her favorite things, like putting her children to bed. Bush-Harris said, “Amazing how people think they know who you are, even though there are no cameras following us 24 hours a day.”

Bush-Harris explained that a typical day at her home includes her sons waking her up at 8 AM, eating dinner together and singing the songs from Frozen. At night, they sing the ABC’s while brushing their teeth.

In the interview Bush-Harris expressed her future ambitions and interests, including doing voice over work, appearances, and talks, as well as get more involved in her community.

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