The dramedy Tainted Dreams, which we reported on back in January, has finally come to fruition, with Dina filming her first scenes yesterday in New Jersey. The show explores a different concept–it's a fictional reality show about the behind-the-scenes drama of a soap opera starring a mix of reality and soap stars. However, everyone is playing a part. I'm getting confused just trying to type it!
I don't know about you, but I have a very special place in my heart for the ladies of Real Housewives of Atlanta. I feel like we've seen them change the most, and while they are every bit as dramatic as their Bravo counterparts (sometimes more), the don't seem as one dimensional as some of the other franchise's housewives.
While we wait for their return, the least I can do is makes sure you get the women in small doses. Recently, Kandi Burruss posted a vlog interview on her website where she talks about cast shake-ups and marriage break-ups. In true Kandi fashion, she makes sure that she maintains a very neutral stance on NeNe Leake's comments on the reunion about wanting out with old and in with the new as far as the ladies are concerned. She also stays very measured when asked about Porsha and Kordell Stewart's divorce.
In the video, Teresa pulls out the speech she wrote (Or did she? I know y'all love to run with the idea Tre doesn't write her own blogs! Me, I'm neutral…just trying for a little joke!), and gives her thanks to a woman she's clearly never met–awkward! Teresa flips through her many note cards and reveals that daughter Milania shares that the product "smells like poop" on an upcoming episode after she learns that no children are invited to the line's launch party. The always hilarious Milania even tells her mother she needs to change the name of the collection if she can't attend! Out of the mouths of babes!
And hey, if you already have hair products you can't part with, you could get some Milania products to use as hand cream. No, I'm not kidding. Watch after the jump!
Like, oh my God, is there is anything that those Kardashian/Jenner girls don't do? They are like, designers and writers, and they like are so fashionable. It's no surprise that fifteen-year-old Kylie Jenner and seventeen-year-old Kendall Jenner are following in their older sisters' footsteps when it comes to branding. After all, like, look at who their mother is!
While the Jenner girls are no strangers to clothing lines (they have their own with PacSun) and the latest fads (embarrassingly, I follow them on Twitter…and not for this gig–although I suppose that should be my excuse!), both sisters want to do things their own way. They don't want to be compared to their Kardashian kounterparts. Hey, can you blame them? However, Kendall and Kylie admit that they would be open to a klothing kollaboration with sister Kim'sbaby daddyKanye West.
While I was excited to tune in to last night's season premiere, it's been evident from the promos that Josh Altman's story line is going to revolve around getting engaged to girlfriend and Madison Hildebrand defector Heather Bilyeu. She's now Mauricio's right hand girl…I wonder how Splits feels about that! That said, it came as no shock to find out that Josh did finally get down on one knee (metaphorically speaking, I assume…he'd never want to get his pants dirty).
Real Housewives of Miami'sJoanna Krupa isn't known to mince words, and she's certainly not going to start while she's out and about promoting the upcoming season of the hit Bravo franchise which premiere this coming Monday night at 9 PM.
The outspoken model, newlywed, former Joe Francis conquest, and PETA activist has a sharp tongue when it comes to her co-stars, and Joanna seems pretty determined to bring the drama on RHOM third go-round. After all, drama seems to equal relevance when you're a Bravolebrity!
Last night's Dance Momssaw Abby Lee Miller's Broadway Baby return from the dead. It was frightening. Even more frightening? Kelly creepily lurking in the auditorium during this week's competition. That's right…the season (which has been going on for years now, right?) doesn't seem to be ending anytime soon!
Abby is still basking in her victory over Kathy and her Candy Apples. She calls the group routine amazing and praises Payton's desire to be part of the team. Abby spouts on and on about how even the Supremes and the Beatles had to replace members at some point…which brings her to the bottom of the pyramid. It's no shock that Brooke and Paige at the bottom. They are followed by Payton for her smart mouth during the competition. Leslie snaps that Abby needs to call Payton by her name, and not get her confused with Kendall or Brooke. Abby quips that she's happy to call Payton "replaceable." Asia and MacKenzie round out the bottom level, and Abby is proud of their performance in the group number. Kristie 2.0 is livid that MacKenzie is one spot higher than Asia.
Chloe is the bottom of the second tier, and Abby basically tells her that them's the breaks…she did a good job, but whatevs. Maddie is next on the pyramid because Abby is concerned that if she keeps winning all the time, she'll lose her hunger. Abby is also getting tired of seeing the same faraway and melancholy facial expressions from Maddie each week. Kendall is in the second spot because of her mom's gumption when standing up to Kathy and her crazy apple moms. Can it be? Dare I hope? YES! Nia is finally at the top of the pyramid! Abby reveals that Nia gained the coveted spot because she was the only dancer who asked Abby how she could improve after the competition. She is over the mood.
Tamar Braxton is one busy lady! Not only is the Braxton Family Values star gearing up for her new talk show, she's also fallen in love with her latest role…mom to new baby boy Logan. She recently showed off her new bundle of joy after a somewhat secret pregnancy.
Of course, now that the cat is out of the bag, Tamar is all about sharing her excitement. Speaking to Us, Tamar dishes on the birth of her son with husband Vince Herbert. Of the delivery room antics, she reveals, "Vincent had a Hugh Hefner robe on and was doling out orders to everyone, and my sister Toni was giving unsolicited advice on how to push."