Oh Kim Richards. I'd say you're making great strides considering you've gotten help for your addiction issues and rid your life of the gay bull mastiff, but let's take baby steps, shall we?
The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star recently spoke about her friends Adrienne Maloof and Paul Nassif's divorce while discussing how she wants to fall in love again. While she is (thankfully) sounding more coherent these days, I still think it may be best for Kim to just focus on herself instead of jumping into another relationship. Of course, what do I know? I'm pretty surprised that she's even returning for the season!
While her emerging fan base will be sad to see her go, the trampoline dynasty will surely be thrilled to hear the latest Real Housewives of Orange County news! Alexis Bellino has announced that she won't be returning next season…by her own choice.
Those last three words, for me, are hard to swallow, as I can't see Alexis, as nice and clueless as she may appear, stepping out of the limelight of her own accord. In the past season, Alexis became the brunt of most of the ladies' drama, although she did kind of shoot herself in the foot by acting so pretentious and holier than thou. But that's just me. At least she has a bounce kingdom to oversee…it's the small things, right?
There is always speculation about switch-ups in the cast, and I'm sure this won't be the last rumor we hear regarding new "wives" joining the show. The latest news is that Tasha Marbury will be joining the ladies for the upcoming season, and–are you sitting down?–she's actually the wife…of a basketball player! Crazy, right?
As creepy as I find Kody Brown's hair to be, I think his Sister Wives are some pretty stand-up ladies. Now they are giving me even more of a reason to like them. The Brown family is helping women get out of polygamous relationships. Wait, what?
While Meri, Robyn, Janelle, and Christine love their polygamous lifestyle, they realize that some women are in it against their will. Meri recently ran a 5K to raise awareness for women who have been kicked out of or are trying to leave polygamous relationships like Warren Jeffs-led Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
The couple has apparently gotten engaged, although we won't be seeing the Jenni's ring any time soon, thanks to MTV! They've got to have something to show on season two of Snooki and JWoww, don't they?
Are you looking to move? Want a new house? Do you have $26 million burning a hole in your pocket? If so, I've got the perfect place for you in Beverly Hills! Unless you've been living under a rock, in which case you probably don't care for a mansion in L.A.'s illustrious zip code, you've heard that Real Housewives of Beverly Hills'Adrienne Maloof is divorcing her plastic surgeon husband Paul Nassif.
The couple was notorious for their constant bickering on the show, but now they have taken their feuding to an entirely different level. Both sides have alleged abuse and bad parenting, and I feel like their attorneys are constantly filing emergency orders with the court. I would have never foreseen this couple splitting up, but I certainly couldn't have predicted how nasty it would be! Now, the pair has put their family home on the market…so I am guessing that any chance of a reconciliation is slim to none.
Honey Boo Boo has been warning us since the first episode…there's flesh eatin' bacteria in dem waters in Georgia. Now poor Sugar Bear has fallen victim to some sort of funk (thankfully not of the flesh-eating variety), and it was even rumored that he might lose his leg.
The injury occurred during a mud-bogging outing, which is a fancy term for off-roading in a giant mud pit. Duh! After crashing, Shuggie cut his leg (pretty badly, it sounds), but who needs medical care? Not this guy! Plus, isn't it an old remedy to pack cuts with tabaccy? Unfortunately for Sugar Bear, he didn't do that either, and the cut got super infected. I am gagging just thinking about it!
Could it be? Am I dreaming? Is a reality star actually taking responsibility for his actions? I simply can't believe it. Just can't. Flipping Out'sJeff Lewis is the last guy I would expect to be so frank when talking about his friends, co-workers, and boyfriend, Jenni Pulos, Zoila Chavez, and Gage Edward. Even more so, he's the last person I would imagine would watch this season and actually reflect…and on his own behavior at that! Perhaps he should lead his own self-help group!
After watching part of the season, Jeff admitted that stress may have caused him to act out in an unbecoming manner. He flat out says that from a personal growth standpoint, this definitely wasn't his best season. I'm sorry…what? It's almost as if he's speaking a different language! What happened to blaming everyone around you for how you're portrayed? Duh, that is Reality 101!