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Christine Brown wasnât always on board with daughter Mykelti Brown marrying Tony Padron. In an exclusive sneak peek of the Sunday, January 14, episode of Sister Wives, Christine actually reveals that sheâs planning to sing at her daughter’s wedding to prove that after the ups and downs theyâve been through, sheâs finally supporting her.
Sister Wives’ Christine takes singing lessons. TLC“The biggest motivation for me to sing for Mykelti for her wedding is because when she first told me that she wanted to marry Tony and that she wanted to talk to Dad, for the first several months, it wasnât a very exciting time for us,â Christine admits. âI was really not in favor of it at first. I thought that they needed to know each other more, [and] I didnât know them together as a couple. I didnât react like she hoped.â
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Despite the tension it caused in the family, Christine adds that she wouldnât change the way she reacted.
âIt’s my job to protect her. I didnât know Tony very well, I didnât see the two of them together as a couple and I wasnât going to put my stamp of approval on something I didnât approve of,â she explains. “So I am singing for her wedding just to show her, you know what, I do support the two of you and I love the two of you together and youâre perfect together.â
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With that, she plans to sing âLet Me Call You Sweetheart,â a song her grandfather used to sing her grandmother to woo her. âThis is a big deal and itâs way out of my comfort zone,â she admits. “I donât have this amazing voice that Iâm just going to pop out and sing with. I have a nice voice â¦ I need all the help I can get.â
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Following Sister Wives, TLC will premiere their new series Seeking Sister Wife, which will follow the lives of two plural families and a polygamist family, all in different stages of their journey. In the exclusive sneak peek below, sister wives Sharis and Vanessa Alldredge reveal how they take turns spending the night with their husband, Jeff, and how they manage their jealousy. Together, the three of them have seven children, all under the age of 7. They’re also searching for their third wife.
Sister Wives airs on TLC Sundays at 8 p.m. ET. Seeking Sister Wives premieres at 10 p.m. ET.
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