Between Charrisse Jackson-Jordan’s notice of divorce by mail and Robyn Dixon’s refusal to believe that playing house with her husband/not husband might not be the healthiest thing for a marriage/not marriage, the ladies of Potomac don’t even have time to talk about etiquette anymore – they are too busy just trying to pick up the pieces of their broken hearts and bank accounts.
Now enter Ashley Darby, who spent so much time judging everyone else’s relationship, forgot how messed up her own marriage was at home. Tonight we pull back the curtain to reveal that Oz himself isn’t an almighty, powerful ruler to be feared, but rather an insecure, over-aged Aussie who doesn’t understand what the general American public likes to eat when they dine out.
Up until the last episode of Real Housewives of Potomac, the viewers always saw a very polished, unemotional version of Karen Huger. This all changed when she spoke out about the horror of going through sexual assault at an event that was filmed for the show. We got to see Karen being truly vulnerable for the first time and she was very open about her experiences.
She used this platform for good instead of trying to push her own line of whatever products she could be promoting and it was honestly refreshing. It’s so hard watching this Real Housewivesinstallment and looking for aspects that aren’t contrived, but this was one moment that was one hundred percent genuine.
Highlights: the series premiere of World of Dance and the season 29 finale of Amazing Race. Also this week, Andy Cohen wraps up his time in Los Angeles tonight, with Kim Kardashian as his Watch What Happens Live guest.
Take a look at the listings and let us know what you plan to watch.
Happy Friday, readers! We’re starting off the long weekend by checking out what the reality stars have been up to all week. The Real Housewives of Atlanta star Kandi Burruss and her daughter Riley Burruss attended “Growing Up Hip Hop Atlanta” Atlanta premiere at Woodruff Arts Center in Atlanta. Also spotted at the event: Mama June Shannon and daughter Alana (aka Honey Boo Boo).
Little Women: LA star Terra Jole (and her new gray hair!) attended opening night of Jersey Boys. Shahs of Sunset stars Shervin Roohparvar and MJ Javid attended Karma International’s 9th Annual Masquerade Ball. The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills stars Lisa Rinna and Kyle Richards were both photographed running errands around Beverly Hills. Rinna was also on hand for a Mother’s Day celebration with her husband, Harry Hamlin, and their daughters, Amelia Gray and Delilah Belle.
In today’s reality star picture gallery you’ll also find Erika Jayne attending the Dancing with the Stars finale, Kourtney Kardashian soaking up some sun in Cannes with her new model boyfriend, and more!
Season 34 of Survivor, Survivor: Millennials vs. Gen-X, is a thing of the past, having ended this past Wednesday night. So where does this past season fit in to my list of most memorable?
When ranking the most memorable seasons of Survivor, “best” can mean a lot of things, so my list takes into consideration not only the “best” season but the most “memorable” seasons of all time, as they may eventually be remembered from our current vantage point. Obviously the most recent season is freshest in our minds, so the list also takes that into account. Determining factors include memorable players, situations, Tribal Councils, the impact the season had – or will have – on future seasons, and just overall where I feel the season ranks. Everyone has their opinion, so be sure to voice whether you agree or disagree with my rankings. Here goes!