This week, Mike planned a “reconciliation dinner” so they could all forgive and forget. And sing Kum Ba Yah. Mike is an idiot. Jessica came to the dinner with a different agenda. One that Reza didn’t appreciate.
“I was very shocked that Mike allowed the reconciliation dinner to go south. If he was smart, he would have asked Jessica to hold all of her insults for a later date, maybe two or three dinners later, once we were on better ground,” Reza suggested. “Jessica was clearly not interested in reconciling. She came with an agenda, and her agenda was to insult us, point fingers, and to let us know loud and clear that she doesn’t give a f-ck about any of us.”
The synopsis reads – “Three grown sisters, who share the same last name of Brown, are suddenly forced to move in together after the most successful sister has a nervous breakdown from ending a 1-day marriage.”
The trailer looks even worse than I imagined. With the exception of D. Woods, Janet, and Timon Durrett, the acting leaves a lot to be desired. (On a shallow note, hello, Timon! Where has this hottie been hiding?) That said, Life Twirls On might be sooo bad that it ends up being really good. For a laugh. Adjust the volume on your device, watch the trailer below, and tell us what you think!
NeNe Leakes stopped by New York Live to talk about the Real Housewives of Atlanta reunion. Of course NeNe has a lot to say now that she doesn’t have anyone to challenge her on her own little press tour. When asked to accept responsibility for her words and actions on the reunion, however, all she had to say was, “You’re right. I’m wrong.” Typical NeNe.
NeNe shared her thoughts on the “gang ups” on the reunion, jealousy from her co-stars, the newer cast versus the original cast, and more. About the reunion, she shared, “There was definitely gang ups and I kind of understand. I’ve been there since the beginning and a lot of girls come on this show and they are like, “OK, let me take NeNe on, that’s the first one I’m gonna get.'”
Maci said she was done with the show, adding, “I’m not doing this anymore. I’m not going to have my six-year-old son on a show with someone who did porn on TV.” Morgan said, “If you guys were living together or best friends or working together, I’d understand, but because the show shows four completely different experiences, you’re able to see how decisions manifest in different ways.” Maci didn’t want to hear it and refused to move forward.
“I thought that something definitely did happen in Turkey,” continuedAsa, “but nobody will ever really know exactly what happened between the two of them. I think the polygraph test was really important to Golnesa, because she wanted everybody to know that she was not lying. And I guess bit of scientific fact is necessary sometimes.” Please. There’s more science happening on leftovers in my refrigerator than there is on a polygraph on a Bravo reality show.