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Leah Remini reveals what Hollywood life is really like on ‘It’s All Relative’

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Reality star fans got a bit dose of Hollywood on Thursday night when they tuned into TLC’s new show “Leah Remini: It's All Relative.” The actress flung open the doors at her home and shared her life with the cameras as the star introduced her cast of characters to the world in the premiere. According to Starcasm on Thursday, one of the most intriguing people in Leah’s life is Leah Remini’s husband, Angelo Pagan. The two might be married, but they are fiercely competitive and it shows.

Caught up in living in Los Angeles and working in the entertainment world, Remini gave TLC fans a look at what goes on behind the scenes after the actors go home. Apparently, the famous folks have funny relatives too. And just like people who live in towns across the country, the stars are willing to do whatever they need to do to make their moms happy.

While the show does touch on Remini leaving Scientology and all the shunning that goes with it, there was no shortage of happy moments too. Leah’s daughter is a fierce young woman who appears to be happy, healthy and wise. Angelo Pagan obviously has his special place in Leah’s life too. The handsome hunk has a big chore of keeping the actress happy

The reality TV scene is a tight market, but this show is going to resonate with viewers. The premiere episodes, with the mock wake and the showdown over the playground, were hilarious. The ridiculous family issues Leah has to put up with has everyone impressed. As life would have it everyone has crazy relative or two, so her perspective is completely understandable as viewers get caught up in the drama.

The cool aspect to “Leah Remini: It's All Relative” is that she really does put family first. You can see it in the interaction with her family and you can hear it in her voice. Leah Remini’s new reality show offer a slice of life that resonates with the masses and fans get a chance to watch as life in Los Angeles gets a little bit crazy.

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