Mimi wears a fabulous dress to visit K. Michelle in the studio. She reveals to K. Michelle that she dumped Stevie’s belongings in his friend’s driveway, and she wants the pair to get counseling. K. Michelle wants to know if Mimi hopes that counseling will rekindle the couple’s relationship or just allow them to co-parent. Mimi explains that she just wants counseling so the couple can be in the same room together. Something tells me she’s talking tougher than she actually feels. K. Michelle shares her new song with Mimi that was inspired by Mimi’s struggles. Wow, it’s quite the literal interpretation of Mimi’s issues. I’m a tad worried that Mimi will be offended, but she loves the rendition.
It was vacation time on last night’s Big Ang. For Ang, that means packing up her custom made bikinis and heading to Florida to party with her friends and “spend all the money.”
Ang invites Lil Jen and Linda over for breakfast and mimosas to plan their big to-do. Ang reveals that it’s tradition to get drunk the day before vacation so the plane ride won’t be as bad…don’t worry, they plan to get drunk on the plane as well. Later (but hopefully filmed earlier), Big Ang goes to get filler put in her face so she’ll be looking over the top for her trip to Florida. She isn’t thrilled when her dermatologist reminds her to be careful in the sun, and she’s also disappointed that she can’t come to get filler more frequently. Ang says she likes her plastic surgery regardless of whether she can afford it.
On last night’s Mob Wives Chicago, Leah organized the ladies to participate in a breast cancer walk in honor of her mother, and Renee’s daughter Giana went to visit her father in the clink…much to the chagrin of her disapproving mother.
Leah Disimone and Christina Scoleri go bead shopping…because that’s a thing. I must backtrack in my snarkiness. Leah wants to a breast cancer walk to honor her mother who was just diagnosed. She wants to make t-shirts for her team, and Christina has volunteered to have a get together where the women can decorate said shirts. Leah reveals that she is going to invite both Pia Rizza and Renee Fecarotta Russo to walk with her. Christina bristles as she has issues with both, but she is happy to hear that Leah is also going to include Nora Schweihs. She’s glad that Leah finally realizes that Nora isn’t as bad as all the other ladies want her to appear.
If you didn’t think the scripted drama of VH1’s train wreck Love & Hip Hop Atlanta could get any more ridiculous, you would be sorely mistaken!
It seems that Mona Scott-Young knows how to create situations that will no doubt end in fighting, drink throwing, and weave ripping. As if there wasn’t enough friction between the ladies and gents already cast, it’s rumored that she will be bringing in some new blood (and getting rid of a perceived dud) for the second season of the craziness. Wait, the show’s been green lighted for a second season? Oh, great!
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We can all admit that Real Housewives of Miami was touch and go when it first aired. Granted, it wasn’t originally supposed to be part of the Housewives franchise, but it still fell flat. Regardless, the one Miami Housewife that brought fun, glamour, and a business-savvy edge to the show was model and local magazine mogul Alexia Echevarria. Not to mention, she was always drama free which is a huge plus!
The sophomore season of the once floundering series is hoping to rejuvenate when it premieres on Bravo September 13th. While there have been some housewife change-ups, the feisty Alexia will still be a fixture. Unfortunately, due to a family tragedy, she won’t be around as much as we would hope. Her youngest son Frankie Rosello was involved in a horrific car accident last August. Understandably, she has chosen to devote her time to her son’s recovery, even stepping down as the head of Venue magazine in Miami.
Atlanta is certainly getting some spin-off love, isn’t it? The Style Network has just announced that it will be introducing a new batch of snooty mother-daughter pairs in the Peach State, and we’ll be able to watch all the madness in early 2013.
The spin-off, aptly titled Big Rich Georgia, will focus on socialites who are members of the Buckhead Country Club in Atlanta. Like it’s Texas counterpart, the mothers and daughters will do anything to stay on top of the Atlanta social scene. And speaking of Texas, the original Big Rich Texas will return on October 7, and we’ll be introduced to some new ladies and their lasses.
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Oh Kim Richards, say it isn’t so! You finally got rid of the gay bull mastiff and were getting your life back on track. As you all know,Real Housewives of Beverly Hills can be extremely uncomfortable to watch with all of the meltdowns, the bullying, and the addictions. No good old fashioned table flipping with this group…they are all about booze, narcotics, and minimal food.
While Kyle Richards outed her sister at the end of the first season for being an alcoholic, we had to watch her slur and struggle her way through the ladies’ sophomore season, missing planes left and right and locking herself in bathrooms. After heading to rehab, Kim seemed to be on the straight and narrow. However, after her recent nose job, there are rumors that her surgery has her back on painkillers.
Look out Industry State, the Sister Wives are coming for you! Kody Brown, his hair, and his flock of wives are suing the state of Utah and the county where they used to live citing that its bigamy statute is unconstitutional. The law prohibits people from having more than one legitimate marriage license (which isn’t odd, as polygamy laws go), but it also makes it illegal for someone to hold out as having multiple spouses, even without marriage licenses. The statute also cites it’s illegal for unmarried couples who share a sexual relationship to cohabitate. Essentially the Sister Wives lawsuit could have ramifications on unwed couples who live together as well as homosexual couples who cohabitate.
Kody and his harem allege that they were forced to leave the state to avoid prosecution, but the state’s attorney explains that he won’t prosecute polygamous couples unless there are other charges waged against them. He reveals that people often equate polygamy with sexual abuse and underage girls being promised to older men, and that isn’t the case with the Browns.