Joyce Giraud and Brandi Glanville do. not. like each other. According to Joyce the two initially started off friendly-ish but then Brandi began stirring the pot and manipulating behind the scenes by using Joyce as the scapegoat.
First of all, Joyce says she had no intention of fighting with Brandi in interviews and on blogs while the show was airing. "When filming ended we were all in a better place and then after that she just started attacking again on social media," Joyce recounts, "which I think is crazy."
"I understand the dynamic of the show, and that it's dramatic and all of that," Joyce clarifies. For Joyce this season and filming with Brandi was a surreal experience with a lot of learning moments. "I've never dealt with behavior like hers before – it's just something that I wasn't used to," she explains.
Joyce also insists that the two started off getting along, but since all roads lead back to Richards their fighting started with Kyle and Kim.
Color me surprised (or not given that this is reality TV) but Abby Lee Miller filed for bankruptcy in December 2010.
Luckily for Abby her Dance Moms revenue saved her – she sure owes Kelly and Christi now. Back when Abby filed she alleged assets of $325k including her dance studio, but was underwater for more than $400k.
According to TMZ, most of Abby's debt stemmed from mortgages and taxes. She had a $245k mortgage that went into default and an additional $106k debt attached to her dance studio.
Part of me feels sorry for Dr. Jenn Berman because it seems she bit off more than she can chew with her "celebrity" "clients" this season. Meaning some of these so-called celebrities are actual messes who need like for-real therapy and not the made for TV Couples Therapy kind.
First of all, Dr. Jenn insists that although Taylor's behavior was terrible it ended up having some positives.
"When they went bowling, unfortunately things got a little out of control, which was unexpected and hasn’t happened before. In a certain way it was unfortunate but it ended up giving me really important material to work with in therapy because I got to see a side of Taylor in particular that was really important for me to see and to address. You’ll see the therapy that resulted out of this in episode three and it was really a huge breakthrough."
New TNT reality show Private Lives of Nashville Wives promises to be explosive and insane. Featuring six high-profile ladies who are either married to country music royalty or lead their own very dynamic lives, this show will follow in the footsteps of their Real Housewives counterparts.
We already introduced you to wives Erika Page White, Cassie Chapman, Jenny Terrell, Sarah Davidson and identical twins Ana Fernandez and Betty Malo, but the trailer for the first season was just unveiled.
Phaedra Parks is still reeling over Chuck-gate. Lest you forget he accused her of being a member of the Big Homie Team. As it turns out the only thing big about Chuck is his forehead and his ego. He's actually more like a little homie, or as Phaedra tells Kandi Burruss: "bitesized brownies and a cocktail sausage." Ouch.
Kandi is shocked that Chuck would classify their relationship so falsely, I'm shocked her chunky little dog is eating Pringles. Seriously – what adult purchases Pringles? Phaedra wonders if Kandi's dog needs a Colt 45 to go with his "ghetto" snack. She also calls Chuck a pig. Because he is one.
Porsha recently admitted that not only is she dating but she's found someone special. Of course the new man is not just some ordinary random, Porsha reveals that because he's "well known" she's keeping her name – and the relationship – under wraps for now!
“There’s someone that I think is very special. He’s kind of standing out of the pack right now, so we’ll see how that turns out,” the Real Housewives of Atlanta star told Radar Online.
Love & Hip Hop is propelling their popularity to expand big time! The show is filming an LA spinoff but it's in a major casting crisis.
Ray J was supposed to be the main star of the show, but he backed out leaving producers in peril as the scramble to recast. Producers were counting on Ray J to be the big name draw for viewers but he's currently preoccupied with filming Bad Girls Club All-Stars.
“Lizzie [Rosvek], Shannon[Beador] and Danielle [Grigorio] are fitting in perfectly because they love to fight as much as the other women,” an insider shares with Radar Online.
Unfortunately the insider warns that it's definitely manufactured drama; meaning the new ladies already know how to snare some screen time! "It’s sort of silly and is definitely amped up just for the cameras, but it’s going to be really great to watch.” Even though this season is a cesspool of drama the insider insists, "The fights are FUN!"