Your desperation is showing! And, oh my, that’s that type of thing most ‘nice girls’ would keep tucked away. Although I guess we’re dealing with mean girls here.
Now listen, no one said Lala Kent was sweet or innocent, but y’all have been riding her harder than her allegedly married boyfriend is, and it’s a bit ridiculous to equate a few snippy comments with the stalking and harassment on and off Vanderpump Rules. You’re essentially looking jealous.
I don’t get why Sheree Whitfield was excluded from Real Housewives of Atlanta for three seasons. She always knew how to stir up drama and throw the best shade, so it made no sense to me. Sheree has had some of the shadiest one-liners over the years so I’m happy to have her back full time.
Back in the day, most of Sheree’s barbs were directed at her frienemy NeNe Leakes, but nowadays, Sheree reserves her best insults for nemesis Kenya Moore. Whether you are talking about OG Sheree or this Season 9 version, I have always lived for the shade by Sheree – even when I don’t agree with her actual sentiments, I can’t help admitting that she’s usually hilarious.
The single sister Lauren Wirkus and the cast bromance members Kyle Cooke and Carl Radke opened up about their personal experiences spending their summer weekends partying together in Montauk. Was it an eye-opening interview? No, not at all, but I have to say that there is something refreshing about new reality stars talking about their show without PR training or products to endorse on Instagram. They kept it real and they like to have a good time.
Nine times out of ten, I’m going to feel badly for someone facing something so serious, even with the knowledge that the outcome is deserved by the offender. Sure, Stevie J. of Love & Hip Hop Atlanta fame owes millions in child support, but don’t send him to jail–give him another show! Heck, I felt terrible for Teresa Giudice when she got sent up the river, but dare I say how she handled her prison time is one of the classier things the Real Housewives of New Jersey star has ever done. However, I just don’t feel badly for Dance Moms antagonist Abby Lee Miller. Lock her up for a bit. Perhaps she’ll gain a little perspective and humility. Who am I kidding?
Facing sentencing at a hearing tomorrow and another on February 24th (after what seems like a decade’s worth of postponements), Abby’s legal team is scrambling for a hail Mary so the dance studio owner can avoid any jail time. She’s currently facing up to five years in prison and an excess of $5 million in fines thanks to twenty counts of fraud involving her bankruptcy and generally just forgetting to declare some Aussie currency she brought back into the country…chump change, really.
Check out the best Instagram snaps this week from our favorite reality stars. Above: Southern Charm star Patricia Altschul launches a new caftan company. She shared, “Our caftan company will be up and running in a month or so. You will be able to send a photo of your pet to our website which will refine it and print the image on beautiful fabric. The embellishment will be done in India. #chic #pet #southerncharm.”
It’s possible that Kyle has just spent too much time with the RHOBH and can no longer discern someone who genuinely wants to get to know her, like Eden, from someone who is just interested in dishing some dirt to gossip about later – not mentioning any names.
Day 13 on Celebrity Big Brother starts with Kim Woodburn “apologizing” to Chloe Ferry. This “apology” involves Kim implying Chloe’s a prostitute and telling her to go to a high class escort agency, rather than standing on a street corner asking for £20 for a bl*w job. I have heard better apologies. Somehow, Chloe takes it all within her stride and gives Kim a hug. I am not convinced she understood most of the words. Maybe someone will explain later.
Hell Housemates are back in purgatory for one final chance to win their place back in the house. It involves a quiz about non hell housemates. The person that gets the question right, gets to nominate another hell housemate to lose a life. If someone loses both lives, they will be banished back to hell and face an eviction later.