So do the Real Housewives really look as glamorous off-camera as they do on Bravo? The stars of Real Housewives Of New York and Real Housewives Of Orange County dish on what they’ve learned since the cameras started rolling, how TV has affected their looks, and if they’re really as glam when they’re not on Bravo!
All the women admit they’re more casual in real life than they are in reality TV life, usually wearing jeans and shirts or workout gear instead of satin cocktail dresses and Louboutins. Bethenny Frankel confesses to being “braless in pajamas” when she drops off her daughter Bryn at school. “Honestly, that’s where the photographers really should be, because it’s scary. It’s a disaster,” she jokes. Hopefully Bethenny is actually wearing her own PJs and not her daughter’s…
Aaaaahhh… the Teen Mom chronicles 1 through 3, and even OG! Starting with Teen Mom 3 –Mackenzie McKee wants a boob job and thinks you lovely people should help her buy some!
After Mackenzie got temporarily dumped by her hubby Josh McKee (the two are now back together and working out constantly) the former MTV star started pursuing her divorce makeover! Of course, now she’s pursuing the my hot husband needs me to have a nice rack makeover, except she wants us to pay for it! My Magic Hate Ball says: #NotLikely
Brandi Glanville is annoyed that her TMI got more attention than her wine – for once! The Unfiltered Blonde, who now helms her own chardonnay by the same name, complained that In Touch Weekly published her unfiltered confession about how she still has the underwear she lost her virginity in, instead of focusing on her wine!
Last night on Real Housewives Of New York some Housewives celebrated moving forward while other Housewives trudged back through the treacherous waters of their murky pasts. Tru-Renewal vs. Tru-Regression, y’all!
It’s Ramona Singer‘s birthday – you may think that this is just a day where Ramona gets a cake and an extra glass of wine. But oh no – it’s a sacred celebration – a week-long festivus of Turtle Timing which culminates with a fatuous lunch of wine spritzers, steamed veggies, and timid licks of icing from the tip of a knife. The ladies of the UES trek to their mecca, bestowing gifts of wine and Gucci (or hoochie – which is what Sonja Morgan brought), to place at the feet of their goddess Turtlephenia: Ramona of The Pinot, who is bedecked in gold like a shimmering bottle of pinot.
Even though Bethenny Frankel basically told Sonja Morgan her life is a disastrous mess and she’s living in a delusional fantasy world, Bethenny insists the two are in a “good spot” and still friends.
“I think I was being supportive,” the Real Housewives Of New York star says,of her sit-down with Sonja in Atlantic City – which is the first of many! “It’s compassion,” Bethenny elaborated. “There’s a whole trajectory with Sonja and I this season,” said Bethenny.
As for the dramatic, heartbreaking episode, Bethenny feels it was a great example of RHONY at its finest.”I thought the show, overall, was really funny. People thought it was one of the best episodes,” she quipped. I kinda agree.
First of all when I am 50, I hope and pray I look as fabulous as Luann de Lesseps. Oh did I mention – Lu turned 50 and celebrated her birthday this past weekend with friends – and her ex-boyfriend Jacques Azoulay!
Despite the fact that Jacques threw the Real Housewives Of New York star’s “Fifty Shades Of Fabulous” birthday fete, Luann insists the two have remained friends and there is no rekindling of romances, but they certainly looked cozy in photos from Luann’s celebration!
Abby Lee Miller wants it known there is “absolutely” nothing Holly Frazier can do to restore her tepid standing on Dance Moms and she won’t be returning to the show. Interestingly, Holly seems to confirm she and Nia are done with ALDC, which is currently filming its 6th season. So does that mean a mid-season exit for Nia?
There was apparently drama at the recent Reality TV Awards where Abby stormed away from Holly on the red carpet after calling her “the worst.” Of course Holly had a more eloquent explanation for their issues. “It’s unfortunate. I think with any type of evolution with relationships there would be hope that there would be opportunities to repair it. As a person, I thought I gave an example of how we could and it’s unfortunate that she thinks we can’t.”