Caroline admits her relationship with Teresa was strictly business, "She was never a friend. She was someone I worked with. Someone I knew." Caroline met Teresa through sister Dina Manzo and they quickly formed a tight-knit group on RHONJ – or so it appeared. Caroline claims she tried to have a legitimate relationship with Teresa, but Teresa wasn't interested!
Pierre claims he agreed to have the piece filmed as a vocal test, but had no idea it would actually be represented as Porsha recording his song — especially because he says she sucked at singing it!
In response to the allegations that she's a worthless song thief who simply can't sing, Porsha is firing back! She tells TMZ that Pierre – who has worked with Usher, P.Diddy, and Nelly – signed a release with Bravo and is simply try to ride her coattails for 15 minutes of fame! And he actually pleased with what Porsha did with the song – and she has proof!
Interestingly Sonja defends Avicious MeViva on the case that she's clearly a crazy person of unsound mental standing and therefore we should all be more patient, nice, and sympathetic to her plight. Sonja – really? Try again. Although, yes, Aviva is crazy.
"Everyone really seems to have ganged up on Aviva who is, in my eyes, in a fragile mental and health state," Sonja writes in her Bravo blog.
So Mr. Perfect got his orange a$$ handed to him! Somewhere Barbara Evans is doing a victory dance.
Nathan Griffith landed himself a THIRD DUI last September and luckily for us Teen Mom 2 cameras recorded the entire thing. The grainy footage featured Nathan resisting arrest, getting tackled to the ground, and being tasered. Nathan was arrested and released on bond paid for by devoted girlfriend Jenelle Evans.
Yesterday morning Nathan was sentenced to 30 – 60 days incarceration by the Horry County Sheriff's Department for charges related to his DUI arrest.
The Sheriff's department lists Nathan's sentencing charges as: Resisting Arrest; Interference with Official in the Performance of Duty; Threatening an Official in Performance of Duty; Giving False Name and Address. DRIVING UNDER SUSPENSION, LICENSE SUSPENDED FOR DUI – 2ND OFFENSE DRIVING ON WRONG SIDE OF ROAD.
The song in question, "Perfectly Worthless" was written by producer Pierre Medor – and not only did Porsha illegally used the song during the episode, Pierre is furious that she sounded so bad singing it. OUCH!
Pierre tells the YBF that yes, he did in fact write and produce the song for Porsha but when he realized her singing voice couldn't do it any justice, he passed it along to someone else. So it came as a "complete surprise" when Porsha was featured "recording" it on national television!
Despite her fury at the reunion, Kyle feels in a better place. "I think at the reunion I was able to get some things off my chest that I have held in for a long time and I know that I personally left feeling better – better about everybody, actually." Even Brandi Glanville hasn't managed to piss her off too much!
Last night on Teen Mom 2 MTV let us down massively with only grainy footage of Nathan Griffith's DUI. Nathan (and Jenelle Evans) claim that since he refused a breathalyzer Nathan wasn't actually drunk, or something.
Before we get into all of that, Chelsea Houska is trying to be more mature with Adam Lind. Chelsea has come a long way, and the only strides Adam has made is ditching that recedehawk, because he's still a COMPLETE jerk! At Aubree's pre-school pageant he drags new baby Paislee along and is snappish to Chelsea while they do crafts with Aubree.
Later in the car with Taylor (new baby mama with double-ee named spawn of Adam) he complains that Chelsea isn't going to get be in control of his relationship with Aubree much longer. Um… really, Dumee? Is this before or after you get in a felony car crash or ditch your daughter at your parents because you don't get your way.
Ooooh goody – it seems slander works both ways on Real Housewives of New York. And if this accusation is true it seems we'll soon have another Housewife being investigated by the feds. Bravo sure leaves no stone unturned.
After Aviva Drescher has gone on national television to accuse Carole Radziwill of using a ghostwriter for her acclaimed and lyrical memoir What Remains, Carole is fighting back.
In her newest blog she reveals that Simon & Schuster, the publishing house that published Aviva's memoir, calls Aviva's allegations a "joke". But that's not all… Carole calls into question Reid Drescher's business practices.