It was a night of surprises on the first part of the "Basketball Wives" reunion special (Mon., 8 p.m. ET on VH1). The cast spent much of the season displaying an outrageous knack for dramatic fights, and plenty of anger. But it was a much more subdued group of women who sat down to hash out the season -- relatively speaking.
Perhaps it's better to say that they were a kinder and more reflective group. Jennifer Williams sent out a blanket apology for anything she might have said in a blog, an interview or anywhere that might have upset anyone else in the cast, but was it sincere? She took quite a beating from the ladies for her behavior throughout the season.
Evelyn Lozado apologized for her fight with Kim Bell, saying it was the one moment in the entire run of the show that she wishes she could take back. Apparently, after her kids told her they thought it was "cool," she realized she needed to set a better example for them. That's a message a lot of mothers on a lot of these types of reality shows could take to heart.
Not to be left out, Tami Roman apologized for how she came at Kesha Nichols while they were in Tahiti. She was very clear to say that she wasn't sorry for what she said, and still doesn't like Kesha, but she's sorry for how she went about expressing herself. So ... apology accepted?
The "Basketball Wives" reunion continues next Monday at 8 p.m. ET on VH1.
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