Things heat up when families trade places on ABC’s Celebrity Wife Swap

Former professional boxer Laila Ali and Grammy Award®-nominated singer Angie Stone are featured on “Celebrity Wife Swap,” TUESDAY, MAY 6 (10:00- 11:00 p.m.) on WOTV4.

Laila Ali is the daughter of boxing icon Muhammad Ali and lives in Los Angeles, CA with her husband, former NFL Wide Receiver Curtis Conway, and their two children: Curtis Jr. (5) and Sydney (2 ½) and Laila’s stepson Kelton (18). At the Ali-Conway house, Laila is in charge of the running of the household. Curtis and Laila are very hands-on parents who keep the kids on a strict schedule. Laila is extremely private and has a strict “by invitation only” rule in her home when it comes to visitors. Being former professional athletes, Laila and Curtis enjoy working out in their home gym for one to two hours a day while making health a priority. Laila also enjoys cooking fresh and healthy meals for her family.

Angie Stone lives in Atlanta, GA with her fiancé Ashanti (Tay), their son Khalid (17) and Angie’s son Michael (16). At Angie’s house, Tay is “the king of the castle.” Angie serves him breakfast in bed every morning, even though Angie suffers from diabetes. The family keeps an open door policy in which friends and family drop by frequently. Angie spends her days shopping and enjoying free time while the boys and Tay spend time together in the gym. Angie doesn’t do well with schedules, and says she likes to “wing it.”

When it’s time for the swap, Laila is not at all in synch with the “boys club” that Tay and the kids have. Laila is determined to get the family living a healthier lifestyle, and encourages Tay and the boys to get Angie in the gym to help manage her diabetes.

Back in Los Angeles, Angie struggles to keep up with the family’s schedule. When it’s time for the rules change, Angie is determined to shake things up and get the family out of their routine. Things begin to heat up when the wife swap continues.

 “Celebrity Wife Swap” features two women of celebrity families trading households, lifestyles and children (but not bedrooms) for one week. During that time, the women swap families, learn what it is like to live in someone else’s shoes. Things start to heat up during the second half of the week when the women make their own rules and get the chance to run the house.

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