Lisa Rinna took to her blog to share her thoughts on the season finale of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills. I, for one, am sad the season is over, save for the three-part reunion, because Beverly Hills has always been my favorite Real Housewives show. But seriously – this cannot be said enough – I hope and pray Andy Cohen takes out the trash before next season.
Reflecting on the season/experience as a whole, Lisa shared, “We managed to get through Season 5 of Real Housewives of Beverly Hills without anyone going to prison! It got close at times, but thankfully, we did it. I went into this promising myself I would tell the truth, own my sh–, and always, ALWAYS come from a place of authenticity. Much like everyone else, I am human, and I make mistakes. Sometimes, I act on emotion before really allowing myself time to process, and that can lead me to say or do things that I’m not always proud of. But I make sure to own what I say and do, learn from the mistake, and hopefully grow into a better person because of it.”
Farrah recently talked to E! about how much she has changed on a personal level (you know, deep down, beyond the whole reality star turned porn star and stripper thing) since Teen Mom went off the air two and a half years ago. The serial sextrepreneur also revealed her plans for the future… which include pursuing a doctorate degree to become a plastic surgeon. HA. I am not kidding.
Melissa Gorga appeared on Good Day New York to promote her new jewelry collection. Melissa also answered questions about Teresa Giudice and Real Housewives of New Jersey. She actually spent a lot more time talking about Teresa than her jewelry, but such is life as the sister-in-law of a convicted felon.
Melissa admitted that she hasn’t visited Teresa in prison, adding, “I think she’s keeping her visits for her children.” I honestly don’t blame her. I wouldn’t visit the narcissist, either, family or not. Melissa went on to say that Teresa’s holding up “really well” despite being away from her girls. “It is obviously not easy being away from the children,” said Melissa. “I think that’s probably the hardest part.”
“Don’t you just love the dramatics of the Real Housewives Of Atlanta? I loved how Dr. Jeff was saying ‘Nene, you’re going to that place again.’ ‘Nene, you’re getting angry,’ as I calmly walked to my car. He’s got a job to do too, right? How well do I know how that works?” snarked NeNe. “It works about as well as those blue cards he was reading off of with all the producer’s notes on them! LOL!”
Cynthia said she feels progress was during the counseling session. “Everyone who wanted to resolve their issues did resolve them and moved on.” Love the much-deserved shade thrown at NeNe, but let’s get real, Cynthia. Nothing was resolved in that therapy session.
When asked why they agreed to do Teen Mom again, Maci shared, “I felt like I was such a different person when the show last aired. I’ve really grown up, and not just because I have a kid and responsibilities, but mentally and emotionally. I thought it would be cool to show how different we are and how far we’ve come in the past two or three years since we’ve been off the air. Also, to show people that just because the show went off, it doesn’t get any easier. When you’re teen parents, it’s hard forever. The struggles don’t go away; they’re just different.”