Instead of getting Botched, Heather got Chopped! She cut 6 inches off her hair (which otherwise looks exactly the same in every single way right down the center part), but she’s loving the subtle differences.
Yesterday Kenya Moore appeared on The Dr. Oz Show to discuss beauty secrets, reconciling with her broken childhood, bullying, and baby plans!
Dr. Oz asks Kenya about the differences between being Miss USA and her present identity as Krayonce, chief sh*t-stirrer on Real Housewives Of Atlanta. According to Kenya she’s a “three-dimensional person,” which must be a fancy way of saying ‘has multiple personalities’.
In pageants “you’re… a Barbie Doll, and you’re presenting your best self to the world,” Kenya explains. “You’re not really put in controversial situations, but on reality TV – that’s all you’re put in!”
Except before John even arrived, the ladies were having trouble keeping their opinions to themselves.
Poor Jules got quite an initiation attending her first RHONY party. She believed Dorinda Medley invited her to shop for lingerie, but quickly learned that was merely a scantily clad covering for drama! “One minute you’re the hostess… next, you’re NOT the mostest,” muses Jules.
Mayte Garcia is reacting to the shocking loss of her ex-husband Prince, who passed away unexpectedly yesterday. Mayte, who once starred on Hollywood Exes and spoke openly about her marriage to the superstar, never seemed to get over their divorce. Mayte and Prince were married from 1996 – 2000.
Prince’s legendary song “The Most Beautiful Girl In The World” was written for Mayte, who was also one of his backup dancers.
Sheree Whitfield is currently occupying her time writing a dishy fictionalized novel about her experiences on Real Housewives Of Atlanta. Now you know the She By SheBroke shade is going to be epic, and you also know that Sheree needs that check, boo, so I’ll be sure to buy (and review – in fact I feel my heart palpitating at the thought!).
So just how based in reality will Sheree’s novel be? About as realistic as you average Real Housewives show! “Basically what I have done is created a reality show in print,” Sheree describes, and promises, “realistic situations, and at the same time, dripping with drama.”
After the blow up between Dorinda, Bethenny Frankel, and Ramona at the brassiere (or “brawr” – depending on who you ask) party, everyone has a drink and Dorinda puffs a Newport Light 100 (or maybe it was one of Jules Wainstein‘s Virginia Slims left over from 1977 kept in a fireproof dry box under the bed, the blessed creatures pulled out for emergencies only. She better buy some on eBay to get through Real Housewives Of New York).