The fans of the Real Housewives of Atlanta are voicing their opinions, and they want someone to get her own spin-off! Kenya hear them? (Sorry. That was a really bad pun.) Of course, we all know it's not really the fans who want Kenya Moore to get her own show….it's just Kenya. I have to appreciate her brand of crazy ingenuity.
On her newbie season of the Bravo hit, Kenya's main job was faking a relationship, calling out people for not being pageant queens, flirting with her co-star's husband, and starting drama with anyone who dared cross her path. It certainly made for amazing television, but could she carry her own series a la Kim Zolciak Biermann?
You didn't really think that Melissa Gorga and Teresa Giudice would actually get along on the upcoming season of Real Housewives of New Jersey, did you? As much as these two preach family and forgiveness, it's hard to get past stripper allegations and the desire for siblings to value blood over marriage. You know how it is.
With the fifth season of the Bravo hit right around the corner, the women are flocking to whatever media outlet that will listen to air their dirty bedazzled laundry while at the same time claiming to be in a "better place." Sure.
When you're a Kardashian, life lessons aren't the same as they are for us normal folk. For example, if I assaulted a paparazzo and stole her expensive camera (complete with a memory card containing celebrity photos allegedly worth thousands of dollars), I'd be in jail. Yes, jail. Do not pass go, do not collect $200. Of course, in this scenario, someone would have to be following me around and taking my picture…which would mean I was at least semi-famous (a girl can dream!)…
However, if you're Rob Kardashian and you do the same, you end up with a slap on the wrist…if you could even call it that!
Oh Ali Fedotowsky…I promise we won't forget you were once the Bachelorette many seasons ago. How could we? You pop up every time anything Bachelor or Bachelorette related happens. A new season? Tell us your thoughts! A bitter break-up? You can relate to how hard it is to make a fauxmance work in the public eye. A former contestant reunion? You'll be tweeting about it (and seriously, don't stop doing that–I love it!).
In all seriousness, I think Ali is precious, and kudos to her for extending her fifteen minutes from the franchise. Now, Ali's sharing her thoughts on Desiree Hartsock (she can rap, y'all! Watch below!) and sharing some behind-the-scenes knowledge that only a Bachelorette would know.
The countdown is on for the arrival of Kim Kardashian and Kanye West's baby, and no one is happier about it than Kris Jenner's bank account her family. While she's the one Kardashian sister who has yet to start a family, Khloe Kardashian Odom is waiting with baited breath for her sister to give birth. I've said it before, and I'll say it again…Khloe has got to be the most down-to-earth member of the Kardashian klan.
It won't be long before fans are introduced to little Kimye, Jr., and I'm trying to start an office pool on due dates and crazy baby names. Sadly, we won't be treated to any more fancy maternity wear…
Hello out there? Are you watching reality shows or are you outside enjoying the beginning of summer? I like to think I've found the perfect balance of both, but it seems we all need to step up our game a bit and show some love to old faithfuls.
Unfortunately, Monday night's shows didn't fare well in the ratings race. Desiree Hartsock's quest for love began on the Bachelorette, but a lot less people tuned in to watch her pass out roses than in seasons past. Likewise, viewers for The Voice are on a steady decline.
Jeff and Blair head to historic Savannah, Georgia for their ceremony, and the couple is hosting a red, white, and blue party. For patriotic Blair, the Fourth of July is almost as exciting as Christmas. Friends toast the happy couple, and uptight Jeff is trying to enjoy the evening while having a touching talk with Blair's mom.
Tina and Tarz head to the gynecologist to talk about fertility. Tina is disappointed that her doctor seems so young, and she is perplexed that the gynecologist isn't buying into her theories about how to up her chances for having a girl. The doctor is extremely intense, but I can't tell if she's joking when she tells Tina she's on the verge of being very old. She instructs the couple of the three times they should have sex each month. Only three? Tarz is disappointed.