It’s not an episode of Dance Moms if Abby Lee Miller doesn’t tap dance all over the feelings of her dancers, and it’s not the season finale if Lifetime doesn’t force an extra thirty minutes of the show on us. Last night was an emotional ride, with MacKenzie andMaddie Ziegler saying good-bye to their oldest friends and Melissa Gisoni peacing out on the ladies she has loved to hate for the last several years.
For the last week, Maddie wishes for good dances, fun times, and Abby keeping the yelling to a minimum. Keep wishing, kid! Jill hopes the mothers will remember to be on their best behavior, and Jill reminds the mini-moms that this isn’t the time to cause drama. So wise, that Jill.
After a poor showing at the last competition, Abby praises the minis for being her only winners, teasing them with the idea of head shots. Maddie makes the mistake of asking if she’s trying to replace the Zieglers, and Abby retorts that she’s not quitting just because Maddie’s a quitter. Maddie backs down, “It’s your team!” as Abby basically takes full credit for Maddie‘s success. Had she been dancing for anyone else, she’d still be living her boring, humdrum, middle class life. It’s awkward, and I feel both badly for Maddie that her teacher is being so hateful and glad that she’s getting the heck out of dodge.
Sound the foghorns, for Below Deck has officially been franchised!
WithBelow Deck: Mediterranean, we’re treated to the stuff we’ve grown to love (crew hookups, obnoxious guests) in a new corner of the world – the Greek Isles! Besides the scenery’s obvious eye candy, Bravo has assembled a hot new international crew, including Captain Mark Howard, to navigate these waters. Returning fan favorite (or maybe I just speak on behalf of my own shameless crush!) Chef Ben Robinson is back to see how far he can take in on-board shenanigans without breaking too many hearts along the way.
Joining Captain Mark and Ben are new cast and crew mates Hannah Ferrier (Chief Stew), Julia D’Albert-Pusey (2nd Stew), Tiffany Copeland (3rd Stew), Bryan Kattenburg (1st Mate), Bobby Giancola, Danny Zurelkat, and Jen Riservato (Deckhands).
In all honesty, it is taking me a little bit to warm up to the ladies on Real Housewives of Dallas, but the one person that I liked right from the start is Brandi Redmond. I can tell that she’s going to be pretty polarizing, just like another person named Brandiin the Real Housewives franchise, but she is the only one who is saying what the viewers are thinking. This woman speaks her mind and I agree with her- most of the time, at least.
I have to admit that I was actually pretty pumped when I found out that Aubrey O’Day and Pauly D were dating. As a reality show junkie, I was just really living for this random pairing. Then when I found out that they met on a reality show called Famously Single, I was just all for the irony of that.
I was interested to see how the romance started when Famously Single starts airing, but now I just feel really weird about it since Aubrey O’Dayand Pauly D just broke up. Well damn, I feel like it was over before it really had a chance to begin. So what happened between the two reality show vets?
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In my opinion, Heather Dubrow and Dr. Terry Dubrow are really epitomizing #RelationshipGoals. They complement each other so perfectly and work so nicely together. Yes, they definitely comprise a great partnership, but Heather has also benefited from her husband being a plastic surgeon since she is his favorite patient. I will never forget the two of them bleeding after putting leeches on their bodies during an episode of Real Housewives of Orange County.
And they both look amazing all the time, so I just want to know what it is that they do to maintain their looks. Thankfully for fans such as myself, the Dubrows have a book coming out called Dr. and Mrs. Guinea Pig Present the Only Guide You’ll Need to the Best Anti-Aging Treatments and it is exactly what it sounds like: an inside look at the best anti-aging treatments.
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Andy reads Rinna some Tweets from viewers and notes how much they were disliking her on Twitter tonight. One person asked if all this drama stirring was an attempt by Rinna to secure her job next season. She says “absolutely not. I couldn’t care less whether or not I’m there next season. I’m there to do my job.” Andy asks “what’s your job?” Lisa says, “to be authentic and be real and to react to what’s going on in the moment.”
I don’t know what I would do if it wasn’t for the Real Housewives franchise. I have watched every episode of every season in every city multiple times, no matter how I feel about the content. With that said, this season of the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has definitely been its worst – by far. As much as I love these ladies, there are so many reasons why Season 6 of RHOBH has been its worst. No matter how much I stan for this show, I cannot deny this. And I’m sure that I’m not the only one wishing for a redo on this one.
Typically, RHOBH is chock full of story lines, but this season just dragged on and on. Don’t get me wrong, I still watched every episode a million times, but I didn’t enjoy it as much as I usually do. And this is something that made me sad. Hopefully someone at Bravo who has some power is reading this right now and will do what they can to avoid these same mistakes next season.
A minute after the latest episode of Southern Charm finished airing, Shep Rose immediately apologized for his behavior with a blog post. To be honest with you, I wasn’t sure what I was going to read when I read the title of his blog: “I want to Apologize to Her and to Anyone Who Is Offended.” At first, I thought he was going to say sorry for hating on Landon Clements for throwing him a less than raging rollerskating birthday party.
Then I read the entry’s subtitle: “The #SouthernCharm star apologizes for his ‘insensitive’ comment about his friend Bailey.” Then, I immediately remembered what Shep said about Bailey Bial. It wasn’t a highlight of the episode, but still it is a comment that he made about a person who is in his life on a nationally television reality show and that has to be pretty upsetting to her. Not that this makes it right, but he has owned up for his comment both privately and publicly.