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 Coco Austin, Shannon Beador, andJuliet Angus, love to show off their family photos on social media. It’s tough to narrow down, but here’s our pick for the sweetest pictures from the past few weeks.
Above: Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham shared this snapshot of herself with Sophia, adding, “At the Space Needle for brunch and to see Santa. #Seattle”
But first, Lisa touched on her segment on Oprah: Where Are They Now?, which airs Friday, December 4th. “So fun that you got to see some of the behind-the-scenes from my Oprah’s Where Are They Now episode. I love Oprah, and it was a true honor,” shared Lisa. “But the question still really is: Where AM I now? HA! Who knows! Do I ever really know where I am anyway?! Regardless, I loved getting the chance to walk down memory lane. My career has been so full and so amazing and for that I am truly grateful and blessed.” Will you tune in?
Let’s start with the positive: Heather Dubrow looked gorgeous at The Abbey’s sixth annual tree lighting to commemorate World AIDS Day in West Hollywood earlier this week. Now the negative: Heather spent her time there talking about Vicki Gunvalson and Brooks Ayers.
Scheana, who said she’d much rather go out and watch her friends be messy than stay home and support her struggling husband, admitted the night didn’t turn out as she hoped expected, “I thought it was a great idea to have Kristen come and call James out when he least expected it. The night definitely ended differently than I ever would’ve expected. I was thinking it would be a Stassi and Kristen 2.0 situation and it was the complete opposite.”
But first, Cynthia weighed in on her talk with Kandi Burruss, “I enjoy talking to Kandi because she is level headed, rational, and doesn’t sensationalize things. I knew that Peter and I had just celebrated our five year anniversary, but did not think about the five year hump that marriages go through until Kandi brought it up.” Oh, the delusion. News flash Cynthia: your marriage suffers from a “hump” problem, allegedly, but not of the “five year” variety.
Cynthia concluded, “My conversation with her reminded me that no marriage is perfect, most have issues, and we were not alone in our struggles.”