Kyle said poker night felt “extremely uncomfortable” from the very beginning. “I could see Kim was ‘off’ but wasn’t quite sure how to handle the situation. One thing that was very clear to me watching this is that Brandi is not my friend. Never has been. I have tried to give her the benefit of the doubt but always kept her at arms length. To see her pretending to be friends with me in the car ride to Eileen‘s then turning on me made things abundantly clear to me. Brandi can’t be a friend to anyone. Including my sister.”
VH1 tried to convince us that we care about LeAnn and Eddie. “LeAnn Rimes and Eddie Cibrian have both been famous in their own right for years, but it was not until they were a couple that the tabloids became enamored with their every move. Their show will bring the truth and make fun of all the gossip.”
The ratings proved VH1 wrong. Most of us don’t care about LeAnn and Eddie beyond their cheating scandal that gifted us Brandi Glanville. We only want to know where we can return her. She’s overstayed her welcome.
In her blog, Demetria discussed the madness in Puerto Rico, her apology to Phaedra Parks, the double standard within the group, and her performance.
Real Housewives of Atlanta is all about that drama! “These girls, these girls, these girls! My performance is approaching quickly and we’ve had nothing but shade, shadows, and pearl clutching the whole time,” said Demetria. “Really?! We are in Puerto Rico, why be so nasty and so rude?”
I mean, in case you didn’t catch the first twenty times it was mentioned, it’s not every day that NeNe apologizes. <eye roll> Claudia was not as impressed as NeNe’s ego expected her to be and more words were exchanged.
NeNe took to her blog to make sure we understand that NeNe only apologized for choosing that time and that place to call Claudia a whore. Otherwise, NeNe said what she said, and she meant it.
With so many reality TV shows coming and going lately, we decided to gather up the reality TV listings every week for Sunday through Friday.
Christina Milian, former social correspondent for The Voice, kicks off her own reality show, Christina Milian Turned Up, tonight. According to NBC Media, the new E! show follows Christina‘s “career, love life, and relationship with her Cuban-American family: her overprotective mother–manager Carmen, her two feisty and outspoken sisters Danielle and Liz, and her daughter Violet.”
Check out the reality TV listings list, which includes the Watch What Happens Live guests for the week, and let us know what you plan to watch.