Bachelorette couple, Jillian Harris and Ed Swiderski, were spotted on Wednesday shopping at the new Victoria’s Secret store on Chicago’s Michigan Avenue. Jillian says, even though Ed isn’t complaining, she needs to add more to her lingerie collection.
According to People.com, both Ed and Jillian say the sexiest way to go is with “no panties” and “no bras”. A little too much information for a couple who have been in the spotlight for Ed’s alleged cheating.
The couple, who recently moved in together, couldn’t wait to talk about newly engaged Molly Malaney and her beau Jason Mesnick. Jason proposed to Molly in New Zealand. “We had no idea they got engaged and we just literally talked to them yesterday,” Harris said, adding that they just found out. “They sent us a picture of them in New Zealand and they looked so happy … I guess I never thought about it, but them being in New Zealand would be the best time to do it. It all makes sense!”
Jillian believes the couple are “awesome together,” despite all the drama that surrounded their relationship initially. Jillian reveals that the four of them hung out in Vancouver and she and Ed look forward to future outings with Jason and Molly.
What does Jillian think of Jake Pavelka as the new Bachelor?
Jillian says, it’s akward seeing him date other women since he was one of my suitors. Nevertheless, she is thrilled that he may find his mate.
“I think he’s going to make an interesting Bachelor,” Jillian said. “He’s definitely got a lot of emotion so I think he’ll be very fun to watch.”
Tough Love 2 is set to premier on VH1, Nov. 15 at 9/8c. Master matchmakers Steve Ward and his mother, JoAnn Ward are set to whip into shape a new batch of lovelorn women when for the show’s 2nd season.
More from the show’s press release is below –
Last season, break out hit VH1 Tough Love averaged 1.9 million total viewers per episode. Throughout the course of the season, professional matchmakers Steve Ward and his mother JoAnn Ward transformed the lives of eight women. Viewers tuned in regularly to witness the struggles each woman went through to find a healthy, loving relationship. This fall, VH1 along with High Noon Entertainment and Flower Films, are bringing back VH1 Tough Love for a second season. The latest installment will focus on a new group of unlucky-in-love women who are willing to do whatever it takes to find Mr. Right. Along the way, Steve will share his unique male perspective in attempt to reform each of their “destructive” dating habits. Catch the second season of VH1 Tough Love premiering on Sunday, November 15 at 9:00 PM.
Individual Photos of each of the ladies is below –
What is a housewife to do when she goes from being the favorite to least favorite? Well if you’re Nene Leakes, you blame it all on the editing.
Yes, last season’s breakout star of theReal Housewives of Atlanta is whining speaking out in a new interview, blaming the producers of the Bravo hit show for portraying her as an ‘evil person.’ Nene says she had a meeting with production because she was especially angered by the show’s season finale. The finale shows Nene arguing once again with Kandi, and implies she chocked Kim Zolciak.
In typical Nene fashion, she takes zero responsibility for her actions, and instead chooses to play the victim. I’m guessing all the words that came out of her mouth this season, including telling fellow castmate Kim that she could not sell her record without her star power, was all editing as well.
Excerpts from Nene’s interview with Essence is below -
ESSENCE.COM: You expressed that you wanted to set the record straight about the season finale that airs this Thursday. What gives?
NENE LEAKES: I had a meeting with production because I was really upset with the final episode because I believe I was portrayed as this evil person.
ESSENCE.COM: How so?
NENE: Well, a lot of things are edited to be seen a certain way, when in reality it’s really not that way all the time. Don’t get me wrong, the events that are taking place are real, but depending on the editing they can cut and paste and make it appear as if you say something at a certain time when it didn’t happen in that sequence at all.
ESSENCE.COM: Understood, but you’re not an ingénue to dramality TV and this practice is nothing new, so why are you so upset about the show’s portrayal of you now?
NENE: Yes, I know that’s what they do, but the first season they didn’t edit me. It happened this season because we have a different show runner and this season has been a lot more planned and scripted. Last season they just let us go which made for a great show, but this time around, the show runner will say something like, you need to go over there and talk to Kim about “Tardy for the Party.” They’ve also been making a lot of changes to the sequence of events. For instance, we all arrived to Sheree’s fashion show late because there was a huge car accident, and when we arrived they all ushered us to our seats and the show began immediately, but when you see the episode they show me talking to Kandi which is not what happened.
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A very pregnant danger makes an appearance on the show in an apparent bid to win back Ray J, who is not the father of her child by the way. Danger also announced on her twitter page days ago that she has given birth to her baby girl.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star was on a panel during the Wednesday episode of the show, and the topic of discussion was whether or not Michael was a toxic parent. Michael is the father of Lindsay Lohan.
Right away, Nene began sounding off on Michael saying, “You are a toxic parent!” she continues, “You are a manipulator, you’re just trying to make money off your daughter Lindsay!” She even went as far as to refer to Michael as a “broke ass,” which is interesting coming from someone who was evicted from her rented home only a year ago.
Michael, never one to keep his lips sealed, responded, “I’m not gonna see my daughter die! You have Michael Jackson, you had Heath Ledger, Adam Goldstein. You can go back to John Belushi, Anna Nicole Smith, and even Elvis Presley. It was prescription drugs that killed these people. I’m not gonna watch my daughter die.”
The fight got a bit more personal as Michael advised NeNe to “Do something worthwhile and promote Nutri-System! Give your chair a break and move your fat a**!”
Michael has since apologized for his statements on the show releasing the following statement -
“I apologize to the producers of [“The Insider”], the viewers and even Miss Leakes for coming back at her, for her attack on me, in the inappropriate manner I did. I do however wish I had known she was on the panel because then I would have known what I was in for and I would have handled things differently.
“To begin with, she may have children, but none in a crisis situation. Second, for her to call me a broke ass when I am not, but she had a house in foreclosure and 2 cars repoed [sic], I would have addressed that as well.
Tonight’s episode of MTV’s The Ruins ended with a fight, a breakdown, and ultimately Tonya having to leave the show.
The episode began with the two douchebags known as Evan and Kenny being outright awful to a drunk Tonya. Once they get bored with Tonya, they decided to move on to Katie for whatever reason. Evan, Kenny and Johnny have become extremely annoying, mean and evil on these challenges. Quite frankly, I’m tired of seeing them on TV. Not sure why MTV keeps bringing them back every year.
The challenges have become rather boring and predictable. The same people come back every year, bully everyone, and win year after year. Here’s to hoping these three will not be back on the next challenge.
So we get back to Tonya who admits she has a drinking problem, as well as other real life problems which includes a recent divorce. It’s obvious to see she’s a broken person who needs help, and not constant abuse/berating from the 3 douchebags. Tonya once again gets drunk, and decides to take her anger out on Veronica. She ends up hitting Veronica and going home. Evan decides to play hero and comfort Tonya, perhaps to make himself look better on TV.
Wes ends up being the voice of reason, and calls them out. After all, they did play a big role in Tonya’s breakdown on the show. For some reason, Derrick tries to shut Wes down for speaking the truth. Clearly, no one is willing to stand up to the bullies, with the exception of Wes. The episode ended with Sarah defeating Katie, and Darrell defeating Danny.
Overall, with the exception of tonight’s episode, this season has been a bit of a bore to me. It seems like a rerun of previous seasons. The same douchebags, the same bullies, and the same victims. And quite frankly, I can’t stand to watch the Kenny/Evan/Johnny douche posse anymore. MTV needs a new formula.
The Myspace Pages of The Ruins cast members is below.
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