Can anything ever top the love of a sister? They are there to see us through the best and worst of times. Sometimes, they know us better than we know ourselves. As we watch Mary Mary's Erica and Tina Campbell work through their challenges with love on their reality show, we're taking a look at 13 celeb sisters whose relationships inspire us.
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The Knowles sisters, Beyonce and Solange, keep their love on top. Solange recently recalled how she used the Beyonce card to fend off a bully when she was younger. "I [told him] my sister is gonna come here and you're going to be really surprised who she is," she told Angie Martinez. "They pulled up and I would never forget the face Brandon made. It was Destiny's Child coming to beat him up. I loved it so much."
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We’re certain Diana Ross is beyond proud of her lovely daughters Rhonda Ross Kendrick & Tracee Ellis Ross.
We’ve watched the beautiful Mowry twins grow up right in front of our eyes. And now they're moms (to sons Cree and Aden) and wives.
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Venus & Serena Williams
The Williams sisters learned their craft together, and mastered it together.
The Simmons girls, Vanessa and Angela, keep pushing their family’s entrepreneurial spirit.
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The Obama sisters, Sasha and Malia, light up our lives.
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On their reality show, the Braxtons always keep it honest, even when it’s not pretty.
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Tasha Smith (left) found her calling front of the camera, while her twin Sidra, a film director, preferred to be behind the scenes.
While Cherelle found her voice in music, her publicist sister Marvet Britto pushed her clients to the top.
Comedienne Sommore and her sister actress Nia Long couldn’t be any more different, and that’s why we love them. "You don’t know how many men offer, 'Please can I come to the family reunion, please?'" Sommore told Urban Daily.
We love LisaRaye and Da Brat because they express themselves in their own kind of way.
Phylicia Rashad and Debbie Allen have brought us some of the best moments on television.