Lizzie is a former model who has two children with her husband who works in real estate. She is quick to admit that the veteran "wives" didn't welcome the new faces with open arms. In fact she likens her co-stars cattiness to hazing. Lizzie reveals that she did not expect their behavior at all, yet she also watched the show before appearing on it, so…
Well, if nothing else, this story proves that you don't have to have a sex tape (that we know of…yet) to get your name out there this week if you're a Love & Hip Hop star. That's good news (for us, at least!), right?
Lil' Scrappy and his mother are firing back at accusations alleged by his ex-girlfriend Diamond who recently claimed that Scraps physically abused her and Dee ruined her credit. As we all know, Momma Dee doesn't take kindly to anyone talking trash about her prince!
Drama and prison seem to go hand-in-hand for most reality shows, but they don't seem to fit together any better than they do on VH1's Mom Wives. Typically it's the men who don't get any airtime due to the fact that they are behind bars for some organized crime related scandal; however, this season's newbie Alicia diMichele Garofalo is potentially facing jail time of her own.
We all watched as Alicia worried about her sons' fate if she ended up in jail for her part in her husband's extortion ring of which she was totally clueless about her participation…or so she claims. I actually kind of believe her. Regardless, with her soon to be ex-husband already serving time, Alicia's sentencing kept being postponed.
Is Vivid getting a two-for-one deal on sex tapes with the ladies from the Love & Hip Hop franchise? First, Atlanta'sMimi Faust has released a video which is breaking Kim Kardashian'sporn records, and now Erica Mena is throwing her hat (thong?) into the ring with some sexy times of her own!
And when I say "her own" I mean her own, as there is apparently only one star of Erica's tape. While she's been on-and-off with manager Rich Dollaz while in a lesbian relationship which was featured on last season, it's seems that Erica's favorite person in the bedroom is, well, Erica.
The newbie begins her Bravo blog, "I have to say that when I started filming RHOC I knew it was not going to be 'the Shannon Beador show' — that I was going to be shown in both positive and negative lights. I also understood that despite multiple hours of filming, there would only be a few moments shown on the screen. Everyone in our family tends to joke with each other, but often times on film it doesn't appear very funny. And now for week two, I find that some of my not-so-proudest moments have been chosen to air."
When Tami Roman calls out your behavior, you must be doing something very, very wrong. The Basketball Wives star isn't known for her couth or kindness on the reality show. Instead, she's brash, aggressive, and in her co-stars' faces at every turn. It must be bad when she's dishing on someone else's issues!
Jennifer Williams left the reality hit after a physical altercation in which her former best friend Evelyn Lozada charged at her over a dining room table at the Derby…you know, normal everyday stuff. Now Jen's ex-husband has come upon hard times, and Tami feels like he's getting what he deserves.
While Kenya was was owning the stage with her scepter and bullhorn, everyone, including Porsha, was giggling. Well, no one was laughing when Porsha lost her cool and went after Kenya. I doubt Porsha was laughing either when she was booked for assault.
Well last night was bittersweet! Honestly, when I first requested to recap Southern Charm, I certainly didn't think I'd enjoy it–I just wanted to have an excuse to chronicle the inevitable train wreck. However, I'm sad to see it come to an end. Heck, I even started to kind of like Thomas Ravenel (and, no, I'm not drinking!)! Cameran Eubanks is utterly charming, Whitney Sudler-Smith's mother Patricia totally stole the show, and Shep Rose, well, um, he's got great fratty hair. Even Craig Conover grew on me a bit, and I'm not totally ashamed that we will soon be alums from the same law school. We all know that T-Rav has welcomed a baby girl with Kathryn Dennis and is residing in Florida (though still planning to run against Lindsay Graham according to The State), and Cameran married herself an anesthesiologist, so I am not counting my chickens that there will be a season two. I guess we'll have to bask in last night's finale to dull the pain.
The show begins where it left off last week, with Whitney's admission that he too hooked up with Kathryn around the same time frame as her "fling" with Shep and her pregnancy scare with Thomas. Prior to their con-bro-sation, the thirty second recap of the season courtesy of Cameran and Craig is pretty spot on and hilarious, I must say. Whitney tries to explain that he feels "dark and sleazy" for keeping this secret from his best friend, and he hopes that T-Rav will tread lightly in pursuing a relationship with her given his future political aspirations. Thomas looks gobsmacked. When did chicks start hooking up as often and as haphazardly as dudes?