The Golden Sisters Review 50 Shades of Grey
INSIDE EDITION sat down with "The Golden Sisters" who have taken the internet by storm after they posted their video review of 50 Shades of Grey.
They're three outspoken ladies who've become an internet sensation.
Their website "Three Golden Sisters" dispenses "Free Italian Mother Advice" in videos where they discuss everything from Kim Kardashian's infamous sex tape, to the hottest book on the planet, 50 Shades of Grey.
Mary is the oldest at 81-years-old and her twin sisters, Teresa and Josie are 73.
They live close to each other in Los Angeles, After you hear their New York accents, you know they were born in The Bronx. All three once worked as hairdressers.
INSIDE EDITION wanted to know firsthand what the three grandmothers thought of 50 Shades of Grey, the #1 erotic bestseller everybody is talking about.
Believe it or not, Mary actually related to all the naughty bits in the book.
Mary said, "I was married 60 years, don't tell me. We tried everything, okay?"
The twins were divided. Teresa enjoyed some parts.
"As soon as he started with the handcuffs and the whip, that turned me off," Teresa said.
Josie said she couldn't finish the book.
"Read the first nine chapters and then throw it in the garbage," Josie said.
When they posted their review of the book online, it immediately went viral. Now, the whole world wants to know what the Golden Sisters will do next.
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