Note to Bravo Network:
It's not strong BLACK woman. It's strong black WOman.
Nuance and subtlety, my dears. Without it, what was elegant and clever becomes clumsy and just plain amateur.
In the latter, strong and black are peers. They accentuate the woman, the subject of the show, thereby driving home the irony and humor. In the former, the way your announcer says it, the woman, thus the person, is rendered moot. Black is now the subject. The show might as well have been titled Look at Me, I'm BLACK...no not really.
Bravo? Coach your announcer. Or better still, hire a strong Black woman...in fact, hire two. Then maybe you'd have understood the subtle genius in the setup and not flubbed it in the delivery.