A short recap to it, as the majority of the program was taken up with ejecting housemates, and their interviews. We see the finalists spend part of their final day with Popcorn and Recaps of their own, whilst they wait their fate.
Cancer survivor Camille Grammer continues to raise awareness for Lynch Syndrome and this week she was honored with an award for her hard work. Camille was given the award at the 2017 Blues Genes Bash by Alive and Kickn, a hereditary cancer foundation.
What went through Sheree‘s mind during the drama at dinner with Porsha not wanting to discuss her anger management therapy? “‘This just went left!’ I can see why Porsha could have felt attacked, but I also think if she just would have taken a moment to herself and rejoined the group and shared with all of us that it is something she doesn’t want to discuss, it would have probably ended the talk.”
Kyle shares that Eden is too hyper focused on Kim. “Eden and Dorit start having a conversation that quickly turned to my sister, Kim, again. In the flashback they show Eden telling Dorit that Kim is not nice and doesn’t care about anyone but herself. She is so hyper focused on Kim it’s ridiculous. You can’t do something for someone (i.e. help them down the stairs) if you’re only doing it to get a certain reaction. Not only is it disingenuous, but you’re setting yourself up for disappointment. She didn’t know what was going through Kim’s mind at that moment.”