The women of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills seem to be following in the footsteps of their Bravo counterparts. Every day one of them is giving an exclusive interview, and usually at the expense of one of their cast members. Now Camille Grammer is hoping that the hatefulness will end. Or at least that's what she's saying so that she'll stay in the tabloids.
Adrienne Maloof is also working overtime to make sure that she remains relevant, and what better way to do that then to keep reminding us of her May-December romance with Sean Stewart. Enough already! She actually goes so far as to call herself a trendsetter. Yes, you read that correctly. And no, I couldn't make this up if I tried.
There are some crazy people in this world…and even reality stars aren't immune to the insanity. Of course, when you think about it, the women on Basketball Wives are slightly off their rockers, so it's a tad ironic that the crazy is affecting them. This time around, new cast member Tasha Marbury is being harrassed by a woman who claims to have had an affair with her husband. The only problem is that Stephon Marbury has never met the lady.
Tasha isn't the only one who is being affected by some negaitve energy. Former BBW star Chad Ochocinco Johnson has also fallen on even harder times (who would have thought that was possible?) of the coconut water variety. It doesn't get much worse than that, does it?
Alexia is facing some heat from her former country club, and she's now at the center of of a legal situation that doesn't seem to be going away any time soon. Bless her heart. I know that Alexia has a lot going on in her personal life, but girlfriend needs to get her accounting in check—literally!
New Mob Wives cast member Love Majewski appears relatively tame according to the antics of the original ladies. Of course, every time she opens her mouth, she reminds us that this wasn't always the case. It's a wonder any of Love's exes are still alive, given her penchant for guns, knives, and a little something-something in her cooking.
Of course, it hasn't been all bad for Love. She spent four years in Isreal so she wouldn't have to testify against her ex Ray Merolle in his car theft trial, and she was once Sharon Osbourne's personal make-up artist. That doesn't sound like a violent lady, now does it? Welp, just keep reading…
Am I the only one who doesn't think Sean Lowe is going to find true love on this season of the Bachelor? Trick question! Who actually does find love on this show…unless it's with fame? I'm looking at you, Maynard! Of course, we don't watch for the romance or the extremely realistic dating scenarios (who hasn't had a first date that involves a hot air balloon, open mic night at a famous comedy club, followed by swimming with penguins? Amateurs.), we watch for the drama.
This season, drama is named Tierra LiCausi. She's quite the competitor, isn't she? Maybe if these dudes were thinking with their brains instead of, well you know, they wouldn't fall for these crazies, but it happens every single time. Do the names Courtney Robertson and Vienna Girardi ring a bell (although, let's look at who they were each vying for…)?
It's that time again! Here's a quick rundown on all things Kardashian! We couldn't NOT write about them…what if they went away? How would I make a living? ;) I'm kidding, obviously, but they really aren't going anywhere, especially now that Kris Jenner has landed her own talk show. I'm actually really curious to see what it's like.
While promoting said talk show, Kris is going to milk the news of daughter Kim Kardashian's baby…since Kanye West wouldn't let her do it in the tabloids. I honestly think Kris is just trying to detract from the fact that Kim is likely going to give birth to the tiny rapper's child while still married to Kris Humphries. Can you blame her? It's quite a messy little situation, wouldn't you say?
Nothing surprises me anymore when it comes to any of the housewives on any of the Bravo franchises. I find that when the women aren't actual "housewives" yet, it even amps up the crazy. Let's test that theory, shall we?