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"Southern Belles: Louisville" Catch-Up Marathon Includes First Five Episodes
Here's your chance to catch up (or get hooked) on SOAPnet's new hit docu-soap, "Southern Belles: Louisville," Saturday, July 4 from 3PM to 8PM EST/PST. Relive Emily's hair trauma, Shea's engagement ring shopping, Julie's birthday party, Hadley's dating drama and Kellie's shocking confessions along with all the laughter, tears, beers, parties, shopping, gossip and romance, as SOAPnet runs down the first five episodes of down home drama.
3PM - Episode #SB2009�BLLS�101 "Meet the Belles" - Meet the Belles of Louisville.
4PM - Episode #SB2009�BLLS�102 "New Beginnings" - Emily is offered a job in Vegas and discusses the pros and cons with her parents and her broadcasting mentor. Hadley says something she regrets over dinner with Sterling. The girls help Julie celebrate her 35th birthday.
5PM - Episode #SB2009�BLLS�103 "The Belles Bond" - The girls go away for the weekend, where Emily questions Shea's dating choices. Later, Kelly reveals some deep secrets from her past to the girls. Now there's only one person left to tell... her mom. The harsh realities of Julie's modeling career force her to make a tough decision.
6PM - Episode #SB2009�BLLS�104 "Engagements and Break-Ups - Will Shea finally get her engagement ring? Emily's struggle with her first assignment leads her to a make drastic decision. Sterling does the one thing Hadley never expected.
7PM - Episode #SB2009�BLLS�105 "Facing Our Differences" - The girls go wild at Kellie's slumber party. Shea confronts Hadley about her lack of commitment, but is Hadley already falling for another bad boy? Julie's foray back onto the runway doesn't go the way she might have hoped.
Find out what the Belles really think on their personal blogs, and be sure to tune in to the "Southern Belles: Louisville" webisodes premiering every Thursday, both available only SOAPnet.com
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