Garcelle Beauvais of RHOBH stars in the Lifetime film Black Girl Missing
Fans of the Bravo reality television series RHOBH are in for a treat as the show’s leading lady, Garcelle Beauvais, will star in Lifetime’s upcoming movie Black Girl Missing. Based on the true story of Yvette Smith and her daughter Latrice, the film tells the story of Smith and her fight to find her daughter after she vanishes without warning. Beauvais will play Smith’s friend Leslie, who helps spearhead the search. Black Girl Missing is set to air on Lifetime on August 25th. Make sure to tune in!
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Garcelle Beauvais, who first appeared in seasons four and five of RHOBH as Kim Richards’ friend, has announced that she will star in a Lifetime movie called Black Girl Missing. The film will follow Beauvais’s journey as she searches for her missing daughter Kaitlyn.