Married Real Housewives Star Eva Marcille Criticized For Graphic Love Scene!! (Wow … Thats A Lot)

Eva Marcille from the Real Housewives of Atlanta has an impeccable image. A former runway model, she is happily married to Atlanta-based attorney Michael Sterling, and the couple are raising three children together.

But Eva is going viral, Media Take Out learned via a love scene she did on her new show All The Queens Men. In the show, which will air on BET, Eva plays Marilyn “Madam” DeVille, an Atlanta nightclub owner who doesn’t let anyone get in her way as she rules a group of male exotic dancers.

And in one episode, Eva has a very hot love scene with actor Christian Keyes. In fact, it’s so hot that many say it would earn the show an NC-17 rating if it were in theaters.

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The scene aired this weekend and had fans eyes wide open for the reality star. Google searches for the scene have also skyrocketed, as Media Take Out has learned.

The scene lasted about a minute – but it featured some of the most vivid and realistic imagery we’ve seen in pretty much any movie. And it has some questions. . . How did they make it look so real?

HERE’S A GOOGLE SEACRH FOR THE SCENE

What do you think of the scene – did she do too much?

Eva is an actress, model and television personality. She began her career by winning the third cycle of America’s Next Top Model. She joined season 10 of The Real Housewives of Atlanta as Nene Leakes’ girlfriend and was promoted to a full-time cast member for season 11 in 2018. She left the series after two seasons in 2020.

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