Kandi, who looks amazing, says, “The baby is awesome and life is good.”
RuPaul admits that he loves Kenya Moore dressed as The Grinch. “I thought she stole the show,” he shares. “You gotta love it. You gotta love a freak. I think Kenya‘s freak meter is about an 11.”
When asked about Matt and Kenya together, Kandi says, “They seem happy. He is different than what I would have thought she would have fallen for. He is a nice guy, don’t get me wrong, I just wouldn’t have seen them together.”
Our favorite reality TV stars cannot get enough of the spotlight during their regularly scheduled time slots, so they take to social media to share even more of their lives with us. And we would not have it any other way. Here’s a roundup of some of our favorite snapshots and selfies from this week. Enjoy.
Our favorite reality TV stars, like Caroline Stanbury, Heather Dubrow, andChelsea Houska, love to show off their adorable kids and family photos on social media. It is tough to narrow down, but here’s our pick for the cutest pics.
Above: Real Housewives of Atlanta star NeNe Leakes shared this picture of her granddaughter Bri’Asia, adding, “When I said I needed help with my closet, look who showed up to help unorganized it even more! Miss Bri Bri herself. With her favorite candy necklace and bracelets on. You should see her feet. #myboo #glamma #terrible3s #playingdressup”
While Kathryn wondered why Erika invited her to dinner if she was mad at her, Erika wondered, “I’ve thought about what happened at my dinner party more than I care to, and I’m still left with the same question: Why? Why, Kathryn, did you come to my house and act that way? Why would you treat Tom that way? You just met him. I would never do this to you in your home in front of Donnie. Why are you doing it to me?”
Kathryn sets the record straight about the controversy surrounding the word web, “Erika did use the word web. You didn’t see it, but she said it and even she acknowledged it. I’m not sure if it was ‘Vanderpump spins a web,’ ‘don’t get caught in her web,’ or some other line, but the web word was used.”
Yolanda begins, “I have chosen to no longer engage in the Munchausen story but rather preserve my energy and use it where necessary in my healing process. It is important for me to stay on my path of gratitude. I choose to follow the knowledge and clarity of knowing who I am and what I stand for rather than participating in insincere gossip about my disease.”